“Left-Leaning” Group That Received $250 Million From Mark Zuckerberg Is Being Sued For Election Interference In WI
100 Percent Fed Up – The WVA – Wisconsin Voters Alliance has filed a complaint against a “left-leaning group” funded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, who have donated a whopping quarter of billion dollars to the group that claims “Elections place too many burdens on voters.”
The group doesn’t appear to be worried about all voters, however, as it appears they’re taking a rather strategic approach to their funding.
The left-leaning group that received $250 million from the Facebook CEO, makes the incredible claim on their website that “Elections place too many burdens on voters.”
If the Center For Civic Design was serious about their statement, why aren’t they hiring buses in areas that are solid Trump country, like in northern MI, where people may have to drive 20 or more miles to get to their local polling places? What about their “burden?” Or are some burdens more important than others?
The complaint filed with the WI Election Commission points out that the Zuckerberg funded group is only spending in the five critical cities in Wisconsin where Hillary Clinton picked up 82% of the vote in 2016: Green Bay, Kenosha, Madison, Milwaukee, and Racine—all Democratic strongholds.
So far, the group has spent an incredible $6.3 million in the critical swing state of Wisconsin with 10 electoral votes.
Here is a portion of their complaint:
The CTCL’s sizable grants are providing funding to make polling equipment and resources conveniently available in particular Wisconsin cities that all have one glaring commonality – their overwhelming support of Hillary Clinton in 2016.
$2,572,839 of the CTCL gift is to be spent through the city clerks and election officials to influence voter turnout in democrat strongholds.