Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg may have found another avenue to pour money into U.S. election processes, according to multiple reports.
Via Just the News, the DeKalb County Board of Voter Registration & Elections in Georgia has been awarded $2 million by the U.S. Alliance for Election Excellence, an organization linked to Zuckerberg.
According to Fox News, a group of left-leaning nonprofits spearheaded by the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) kickstarted the U.S. Alliance for Election Integrity in 2022. CTCL was a non-profit organization directly linked to Mark Zuckerberg.
As reported by RSBN, CTCL dumped $130 million into counties that supposedly voted for Biden in 2020. In September 2022, Zuckerberg, along with his wife and three voting rights organizations, were reported to the Internal Revenue Service for alleged malfeasance linked to the 2020 presidential election.
Via Fox News, the CTCL awarded around $400 million in grants in 2020 to fund election processes by providing ballot drop boxes, voting equipment, and so forth. That money has come under fire for how it was allegedly used.
For example, former Wisconsin state Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman, the Senate-appointed special counsel who investigated reports of election fraud in the Badger State, presented a 136-page report in 2022 that pointed out the irregularities in Wisconsin cities that took “Zuckerbucks.”
Per RSBN, Gableman stated during the 2022 Senate hearing that, “In the Zuckerberg 5 cities [Green Bay, Kenosha, Milwaukee, Madison, and Racine], in all of those counties, those nursing homes reported a voting rate of 100 percent, anywhere in between 95 percent and 100 percent.” To clarify, a 100 percent voter turnout is unheard of.
The newly minted U.S. Alliance for Election Excellence is allegedly a “continuation” of the “scheme” that the CTCL was implementing via private funding, according to a statement from the Honest Elections Project, Fox News reported.