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Big Tech Money Flowed into Georgia To Manage Coup Crowd’s Mail-In Ballot Fraud Scheme

Dec. 9, 2020 (EIRNS)—It turns out that Big Tech, especially Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan—the latter through the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative—were handing out money right and left to facilitate the mail-in ballot schemes in Georgia and other swing states to advance the coup against Donald Trump. According to National Public Radio (NPR), as reported by Inside Philanthropy on Sept. 3., Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, gave $400 million to nonprofits, almost all to the Center for Tech and Civic Life, which then handed out grants to state and local officials in swing states. This funding paid for extra people and equipment to deal with a “crush” of mail-in ballots and to speed up the counting process. Experts say the funds were needed this year, as Congress only allocated $400 million in March for elections. But—tut, tut—as NPR said, as a rule the United States should not be funding its elections with private money!

Take the case of Georgia, where $6.3 million of Zuckerberg money reportedly went to Fulton County (Atlanta), where a surveillance video at the State Farm Arena voting center showed egregious ballot stuffing by Democratic Party officials. Another $4 million-plus went to DeKalb County.

It should be recalled that when Mark Zuckerberg testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee Nov. 17, he reported that the Center for Tech and Civic Life was contributing “safe election grants” to Georgia county election departments to ensure the “safety” of the Jan. 5 runoff election for Senate. Of course it was at this hearing that Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey boasted about how effective their censorship had been of any “misinformation” about election fraud—emanating from President Donald Trump and his allies. The Senators present applauded them but urged them to do much, much more.

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