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According to their own website, “CTCL is a nonpartisan non-profit that uses technology to improve the way local governments and communities interact. We do this by providing free and low-cost resources for local election administrators so they can update the ways they use technology to communicate with voters. We also do this by publishing free, open-source civic datasets that are used in some of the most powerful tools that drive civic participation. And we’re constantly looking for new ways that we can help bring people and government together through technology.”
October 13, 2020
PRISCILLA CHAN AND MARK ZUCKERBERG COMMIT ADDITIONAL $100 MILLION FOR SAFE AND RELIABLE VOTING TO MEET OVERWHELMING DEMAND
Additional funds build on $300 million commitment, will meet requests for support from local election jurisdictions that surpassed initial commitment
CHICAGO, IL – The Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) announced today that Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg have responded to unprecedented demand for support from local election jurisdictions across the country by committing an additional $100 million to promote safe and reliable voting. Given the lack of public funds and unique challenges to election administration due to the COVID-19 pandemic, demand for the funds is on track to surpass the $300 million Chan and Zuckerberg committed to states and localities on September 1st. This new commitment will also ensure that election administrators are fully funded despite a number of legal challenges that have been filed to try to undermine their efforts.
In other words, Zuckerberg, along with some of his pals bought a private charity to revamp the election for our own good- and yet- they could not purchase a majority.
The Washington Examiner reported as time has gone by the number of people who believed there was cheating in the 2020 election has been growing, so that opponents of CTCL have been gaining a larger majority, yet nothing has been done about what happened to seat Democrat Joe Biden in the White House.
“Angered by growing reports that Facebook billionaire Mark Zuckerberg steered vote-generating donations to pro-Biden counties, more voters believe that cheating occurred in the 2020 elections.
Shoving aside repeated liberal media dismissals of cheating claims, those who believe it occurred increased from 56% in October to 59% in the latest Rasmussen Reports poll previewed for Secrets.”
That increase should not be surprising because it was immediately obvious to most people that Facebook created a huge problem for American voters.
Many people recognize there was an underlying organizational network operating within the key regions in the 2020 election, but few people have outlined the specific network and how it operates. In a video Phil Kline, former Attorney General of Kansas and current director of the Amistad Project, testifies to Wisconsin State Legislature about the corrupt and unequal influence of Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg in the 2020 election.
Zuckerberg contributed $350 million to the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), a left leaning organization that has been providing these funds to towns, cities, and counties for election administration, via contributions to their general funds.
Yet, there were no consequences for the elite and powerful, as Americans have become accustomed to seeing. The Americans grew more distrustful of elections, according to polls.
An overwhelming majority of American voters believe Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s multimillion-dollar effort to influence the 2020 presidential election was a bad thing for democracy, and most still think cheating influenced the election outcome.
A new national telephone and online survey by Rasmussen Reports finds that 70% of Likely U.S. voters believe it was a bad thing for American democracy for Zuckerberg to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to influence the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. Only eight percent (8%) think Zuckerberg’s election spending was good for democracy, while 17% say it didn’t make much difference. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
Most people understand that a “Democracy” of people believes that the Left cheated.