Zuckerbucks are back in the news.
In The Steal – Volume I: Setting The Stage, the use of non-profits in the election process was discussed. In 2020 we saw more corruption from outsiders than in any election in history. Mark Zuckerberg’s millions were used not only in censoring conservative speech on Facebook but in backing certain election activities across the country.
This was all planned and many believed was one of the reasons for the stolen elections.
In late 2021 a report in Michigan noted the status on a suit involving Michigan’s Secretary of State and an elections group that claimed Michigan’s actions in the 2020 Election were not legal.
Attorneys for the Michigan Secretary of State’s Office on December 17 asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit alleging millions in private donations to local election clerks, much of it from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, damaged the integrity of the 2020 presidential election and violated the law…
…The 2020 election did give rise to something that’s never been seen before in Michigan: private grant money being injected into local election operations.
Up until 2020, election operations have always been funded by government budgets or grants. But in the 2020 cycle, unknown millions in private grant money from a Chicago-based nonprofit called the Center for Tech and Civic Life [CTCL] was doled out directly to township and village election clerks to spend on a wide variety of apolitical election needs.
What was this money really used for? Were people paid for their votes or did this pay for ballot manufacturing facilities? We never fully learned what the money went for and here we are facing the 2024 election and all the bad actors are back at it.
World Tribune reports:
The group which distributed millions of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s money to Democrats in the 2020 election is now meddling in the 2024 campaign, a report said.
The Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) is set to facilitate applications to a federal government grant program administered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) which could potentially “funnel more than $700 million to election offices during the 2024 election under the auspices of CTCL officials and their partners in the nonprofit world of left-wing election activism,” The Federalist noted in a Jan. 19 report.
Under the guise of assisting elections offices during the Covid pandemic, the CTCL in 2020 gave hundreds of millions of “Zuckbucks” to key swing state election offices to increase Democrat turnout.
In 2024, CTCL announced in its regular e-newsletter sent to thousands of election officials that it will host a webinar on Jan. 25 to assist those officials in applying for FEMA’s Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) grant program.
The BRIC program was established for natural disaster relief.
According to FEMA, BRIC is intended to “support[s] states, local communities, tribes and territories as they undertake hazard mitigation projects, reducing the risks they face from disasters and natural hazards.”
FEMA states on its website that “BRIC’s available funding is $1 billion (for this grant application cycle), and for Flood Mitigation Assistance, the available funding is $800 million. These funds are intended to help state, local, tribal, and territorial governments address future risks to natural disasters, foster greater community resilience, and reduce disaster suffering.”