The attorney told the Wisconsin legislature, during an election hearing that he could trace the hundreds of millions “donated” by Zuckerberg to influence elections

Mark Zuckerberg is an enemy of The American People. 

Phil Kline, a noteworthy attorney and part of The Amistad Project, told Wisconsin legislators in a hearing Friday, that Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook “donated” over $350 Million to steer elections. 

Kline told the council that he could trace all of the money through various non-profits that Zuckerberg used. 

And thats not all…..

Apparently the money is linked to some shady overseas entities. 

Check it out: 

PR Newswire had the details: 

In conjunction with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s appearance before the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee today, and to promote election integrity and transparency, the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society challenged Mr. Zuckerberg to disclose where his $350 million for election administration is going and why.

Mark Zuckerberg has contributed $350 million to the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), a left leaning organization that has been providing these funds to towns, cities, and counties for election administration, via contributions to their general funds. The largest, public donations have gone overwhelmingly to strongly Democratic areas, as documented below.

“Mark Zuckerberg is providing nearly as much money to this year’s election administration as the federal government,” said Phill Kline, Director of The Amistad Project, which has supported federal lawsuits to dispute the application of the Zuckerberg funds. “The American people have a right to know what has driven him to take this extraordinary action, and where all the money is going,” said Kline.

Key questions for Mr. Zuckerberg include the following.

–  When and how did Mr. Zuckerberg develop the plan to provide $350 million to towns, cities, and counties for elections? With whom did he discuss this? Will he share e-mails related to these discussions?

–  In Philadelphia, CTCL is paying election officials to help count the vote and required the city to open no fewer than 800 new polling places. In doing so, CTCL, a private entity, is changing how an election is managed. Did the idea for attaching such strings to election funds come from Mr. Zuckerberg?

–  When did Mr. Zuckerberg commit to CTCL to provide his first $250 million in assistance?

Breitbart highlighted where some of this Zuckerberg money went: 

The Fulton County Board of Commissioners voted to accept a $6.3 million grant from the Mark-Zuckerberg funded Center for Technology and Civic Life “Safe Elections” project at a September 2, 2020 board meeting. It proceeded without asking a single question about the name of the group providing the funding, the origin of the funding, or the details of what the funding would be used for.

As Breitbart News reported, a significant chain of custody security concerns surround absentee ballots deposited in the 300 drop boxes across the state approved by the Georgia State Election Board.

The office of Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said it had no idea how many of the 1.3 million absentee ballots (out of five million total votes cast) counted in the 2020 general presidential election were delivered by drop boxes vs. delivered by the mail.

According to the most recent vote tallies Joe Biden leads Donald Trump in Georgia by less than 12,000 votes.