A radical leftist dark money group is taking matters into its own hands AGAIN, following congressional Democrats consistently failing in their efforts to pass an extreme federal takeover of elections and have actually been not able to stop red states from passing election security laws. This is of course the same group implicated in interfering with elections in Wisconsin and Georgia in 2020.
Their technique is to choose tens of thousands of sympathetic local election officials around the nation, guaranteeing that Democrats preserve control of the electoral procedure.
“The Center for Tech and Civic Life – a nonprofit group that controversially used funds from Mark Zuckerberg to boost turnout for Democrats in the 2020 election – launched a new $80 million initiative targeting local election departments.” https://t.co/VeoY4NsqDf
— Ned Ryun (@nedryun) June 3, 2022
The Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), according to the National Pulse, has revealed its so-called U.S. Alliance for Election Excellence, a “nonpartisan collaborative that is bringing together election officials, designers, technologists, and other experts to help local election departments improve operations, develop a set of shared standards and values, and obtain access to best-in-class resources to run successful elections.”
In a wider report by the National Pulse:
Under the leadership of Tiana Epps-Johnson, the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) overruled local election officials and increase turnout in almost exclusively Democratic districts through mail-in voting in 2020. Proving the partisan conflict of interest, the CTCL supported many election offices’ shifts to vote-by-mail and allegedly accessed mail-in ballots ahead of the election using funds from the Facebook founder’s Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.
Though the group purports to be nonpartisan, following several exposés into the group’s left-wing bias, the CTCL appears to be launching a new $80 million initiative to extend its influence over America’s election departments.
As shown by George Soros’ efforts to handpick district attorneys, leftist progressive groups have actually ended up being progressively engaged in local elections, with dreadful results for the neighborhoods they represent, particularly with duties such as equipment replacement.
Jason Snead, the executive director of Honest Elections Project Action said:
“The $80 million dark-money project to elect left-wing election administrators has nothing to do with safeguarding democracy.”
“This is about putting partisans and ideologues in charge of the local offices that run our elections and count our votes. It is detestable that these special interests are unnecessarily politicizing offices that should be impartial. We need to bolster the integrity of our elections by making it easier to vote and harder to cheat, but this dark money fueled plot puts confidence in our democracy in greater jeopardy.”