Georgia’s Raffensperger did it too – received millions in ‘Zuckerbucks’ and the best information is that he spent it on public service announcements promoting his election actions.
We just reported that millions was given to Maricopa County in Arizona from a ‘non-profit’ related to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg:
In February Breitbart reported on this subject:
A report released by the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society at a press conference on Wednesday alleged Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife made $419.5 million in contributions to non-profit organizations during the 2020 election cycle–$350 million to the “Safe Elections” Project of the Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) and another $69.5 million to the Center for Election Innovation and Research–that, “improperly influence[d] the 2020 presidential election on behalf of one particular candidate and party.”
Now the Georgia Star reports that millions went to Georgia’s Secretary of State’s office as well:
A group directly linked to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg donated nearly $5.6 million to the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office last year…
…The Georgia Star News contacted Raffensperger’s communications staff Monday for comment. Raffensperger Spokesman Walter Jones, in his emailed response, took a dig at this publication.
“Any grant or funding source, as allowed by Georgia law, has enabled this and local elections offices to combat disinformation similar to recent articles published by this outlet that undermine the confidence of Georgia voters,” Jones said referring to the events of last year.
The Georgia Star News did not debut until November 2020, and only after Election Day.
Apparently, CEIR’s website shared how Secretary of State Raffensperger’s office spent the money:
Jones did not specifically describe how Raffensperger spent the money — but the CEIR website did.
“Georgia used CEIR grant funds in both the November general election and January runoff election to encourage voters to apply for a ballot online,” the CEIR website said.
“This approach sped up the process for both voters and election officials while also making it easier to track application status. Georgia also used the funds to counteract disinformation, issuing public service announcements warning voters of disinformation and encouraging them to report fraud to the Secretary of State hotline.”
So the only information we have on $5 million given to Raffensperger is that he spent it on propaganda. So $5 million was spent on election propaganda – $5 million.
According to the Georgia Star, Raffensperger issued a press release on this but we don’t know when because it wasn’t dated:
Raffensperger announced the partnership with CEIR in a press release. The press release is undated. Members of Raffensperger’s staff presumably published it last year. In that press release, Raffensperger praised the CEIR staff as “the greatest minds that the country has to offer” and, because of that, he said Georgia could have a secure and reliable paper-ballot system.
We know Raffensperger certified the election and to this day there are over 350,000 ballots that are illegitimate.