You’re called an ‘election denier’ if you raise questions about the 2020 election, even though there were unprecedented changes to how that election was conducted. The legality of some changes have been challenged in court.
One of the most egregious examples of election interference in 2020 was when a billionaire tech executive bypassed the usual methods of paid advertising and poured strings-attached funds of almost half a billion dollars directly into the normally independent election officials with an intention of advantaging one party in closely-contested battleground states.
The strategy was to use a charity as a flow-through to do indirectly what even the wealthiest political activists are forbidden to do directly.
It worked. And he even got to the ‘donations’ as a tax write off.
Now, he’s being sued over it.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, his wife and three voting rights groups were hit Thursday with legal complaints alleging malfeasance related to activities surrounding the 2020 election.
The Center for Renewing America (CRA) filed two complaints — the first against Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan and the second against the groups Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR) and National Vote at Home Institute (NVAHI) — Thursday morning with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
The complaints, obtained by FOX Business, allege that Zuckerberg and the three groups were involved in a scheme to inject nearly $500 million into the 2020 election in order to “throw it” to President Biden. Biden ultimately defeated former President Donald Trump, winning key swing states Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
Zuckerberg hired former Obama campaign manager David Plouffe to spearhead the effort, according to the CRA. Plouffe allegedly funneled most of the hundred-million-dollar grants from the couple to Democratic-leaning jurisdictions in swing states via the three tax-exempt voting rights groups ahead of the November 2020 election. –FoxNews
David Plouffe. Not exactly the guy you hire as your point man if you have an intention of being dispassionate and nonpartisan.
The suit is calling for the ‘donations’ to the IRS to be deemed ineligible for tax write offs, since they were explicitly partisan, de-listing the ‘charities’ that were used as a front for these election flow-throughs, and leaves as an open question whether the IRS should view this financial manipulation as tax fraud.
We all know how this would be handled if the ‘donor’ was someone allied with Trump’s campaign, and running a GOTV vote in red districts of battleground states.
We all know there is a near-zero possibility of Biden’s administration taking this complaint seriously. But midterms are coming, and things could change.
by Doug Giles
Beginning in March 2020, many Christians went into lockdown-freak-out mode. Uncut, irrational, unbiblical, and not to mention, unconstitutional, fear gripped many churches and church leaders. Forced to choose between obeying the Word of God or the edict of man, most Western Churches buckled. We even saw it here in First Amendment-protected America.
The Apostle Peter buckled to fear on the night of Christ’s crucifixion. But he learned his lesson and lived the rest of his life bold as a lion. How can the church ‘go and do likewise’?
Read the book and find out!
Get your copy of Dear Christian: Your Fear Is Full of Crap now. Better yet, grab an extra copy for any petrified pastor who dutifully put obedience to the unconstitutional edicts of Mayor McCheese ahead of obedience to the explicit commandments of the LORD God Almighty.