An organization funded by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is buying up storage space to store “voting machines and ballots” that will be used in the 2024 election.
The storage space is being bought up by the Alliance for Election Excellence (AEE).
The AEE is led by Tiana Epps-Johnson and the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) and started with almost $100 million in April 2022.
CTCL is a nonprofit organization that controvertibly utilized hundreds of millions of dollars of Mark Zuckerberg’s money, dubbed “Zuckerbucks,” to boost Democrat voter turnout in the 2020 election.
According to reports, the CTCL disobeyed local election officials and used mail-in voting in the 2020 campaign.
The efforts increased voter turnout in districts that were virtually entirely Democrat.
The CTCL allegedly used hundreds of millions of dollars from the founder of Facebook’s Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.
The “Zuckerbuck” were used to get mail-in votes before the election.
The operation demonstrated the partisan conflict of interest by supporting the conversion of many election offices to vote-by-mail.
The AEE is now using its cast funding resources to buy up space to store equipment ahead of the 2024 election.
According to a news release from the AEE, Macoupin County, Illinois, has received funds to support operations since it is one of the alliance’s “Centers for Election Excellence.”
“As a Center for Election Excellence, and part of the initial cohort making up the U.S. Alliance for Election Excellence, they received grant funding allowing them to purchase a building for more secure and accessible space to administer elections,” explains the announcement.
The Macoupin County Clerk, Pete Duncan, emphasized the potential conflict of interest that could arise from using the room to keep voting devices and ballots:
“We’ve run out of space in general but the big thing was there simply was no real secure storage space for our voting machines and ballots – two things that absolutely need to be secured – and the space became difficult to manage when we needed to add in-person voting to already overcrowded, unsecured space.”
“The $500,000 grant will be used to purchase and update the new building,” explains the AEE.
“Conveniently located directly across from the county courthouse, it will serve as a secure location for equipment as well as allow for an independently accessible space for early voting.”
As Slay News reported earlier, the leftist Washington Post has just inadvertently admitted that Zuckerberg’s “Zuckerbucks” influenced the 2020 election by boosting Democrat votes.
Washington Post columnist Philip Bump attempted to “fact-check” claims Zuckerberg may have influenced the election but ended up accidentally admitting that the “Zuckerbucks” did boost Democrat votes.
Last week, Twitter boss Elon Musk shared a news article on his social media site that highlighted Zuckerberg’s influence.
The report, from The Federalist, reviewed how Zuckerberg was able to give hundreds of millions of dollars to nonprofits leading up to the 2020 presidential election.
The article explains that the nonprofits then “poured” the money into local election offices in battleground states, in counties heavily skewed toward Democrats.
The move expanded unsupervised election protocols and privately funded Democrat get-out-the-vote operations.
Musk called the article “interesting.”
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