“We must not let a shadow government run our elections to the benefit of favored candidates and political parties”
A voter advocacy group funded by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg “donated” $7.4 million to Detroit to “dramatically expand strategic voter education and outreach” in the blue city critical to Joe Biden’s usurpation of the 2020 presidential election.
The Center for Tech and Civil Life (CTCL) award Detroit with three grants of $200,000, $3,512,000, and $3,724,450, according to the records released under Michigan’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to Just The News.
The amount ballooned the city’s $13 million budget by 50%, far larger than the five grants the group awarded to five other Wisconsin cities, which the state’s GOP is currently investigating.
Phill Kline, head of the nonprofit Amistad Project, claims the Zuckerberg money blatantly influenced the key battleground state during the 2020 election.
“The records obtained in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan show the Zuckerberg monies were used to buy off government officials dictating the manner in which the election was conducted and using government to target Democrat strongholds to turn out the vote for Mr. Biden,” Kline said.
“Such action is wrong, unlawful and dramatically undermined the integrity of the 2020 election. We must not let a shadow government run our elections to the benefit of favored candidates and political parties.”
The sizable grants by CTCL may explain why Detroit officials had been declining requests for the documents, which compelled Just the News to file the FOIA request.
“I don’t understand how people who don’t have knowledge of the process can tell us how to manage the election,” one city clerk wrote regarding Wisconsin’s grants from CTCL.
Tech oligarchs are openly bribing government officials to steal elections from the American people, but the Justice Department under Joe Biden appears to be solely focused on persecuting conservatives in the wake of the January 6th Capitol protest.