On December 16, 2020 Phill Kline of the Thomas More Society and James Carlson of Stillwater Technical Solutions spent over an hour and 45 minutes laying out how Mark Zuckerberg and at least 10 other non-profits interfered in the 2020 presidential election.
In the press conference Kline who is a former Kansas Attorney General and director of the Amistad Project of The Thomas More Society said that in an “unprecedented” and “coordinated” effort Zuckerberg and his allies spent over $500 million dollars to take over and run the 2020 election.
These are illegal acts. They paid government entities to violate election laws in their states to set up a process, they were contractually obligated to follow in order to receive the Zuckerberg funds. Per Mr. Kline, if they violated the contracts, the grant funding had to be returned.
States are obligated to follow the legal framework for elections in their states. Deviating from the framework requires public hearings and processes set forth in their states. This did not happen.
Federal law demands that each voter be treated the same from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. This did not happen. The most blatant unequal treatment was in the placement of “Zukerboxes” (boxes to drop paper ballots). In Democrat areas there was one box for every 4 square miles. In Republican areas there was one box for every 1,000 square miles. Another example, in Democrat areas where “Zukerbucks” were paid, there were paid staff members available to “cure” (correct) ballots. In Republican areas no grant money was available so no similar “curing” occurred.
American’s were kicked out of the process and counting rooms all across the country and a billionaire, and his influence was put in in our place.
The interference wasn’t just in the swing states currently in question, but many states. Funding was even spent here in Maryland in Washington County.
The groups involved:
- Knight Foundation – $4,251,666
- Mark Zuckerberg & Pricilla Chan – $500,000,000
- Skoll Foundation – $1,300,000
- Democracy Fund – $3,065,000
- Tides Foundation/Sixteen Thirty Fund
- Arabella Investors New Venture Fund
- ERIC (Electronic Registration Information Center)
- CSME (Center for Secure and Modern Elections)
- CEIR (Center for Electronic Innovation Research)
- CTCL (Center for Technology and Civic Live)
- CCD (Center for Civic Design)
- NVHI (National Vote at Home Institute)
- US Vote Foundation
- PA (Pennsylvania) Voice
- Rock The Vote
- Turbo Vote
The Report presented at the press conference is linked below. It sets out how each group was involved and why. There are charts and graphs showing who paid money and where money was spent.
The gist of the presentation was that Zuckerberg spent millions of dollars to funnel money to and through groups to make tracking their interference almost impossible to discover. Private groups are not subject to transparency available through Federal and State Information Act Requests. You can’t see how they are spending money and you can’t vote them out of office. Fraud was set free under the cloak of secrecy provided by the private companies and non-profits.
The report and press conference highlighted how wherever Zuckerberg dollars were spent, election fraud occurred.
Mr. Kline closed in saying there is a “false rush” to declare who won the presidency and there is plenty of time to evaluate who the real winner is. He emphasized that State Legislators have the responsibility to meet, review and debate the election results. However, this is being made impossible by illegal COVID-19 restrictions put in place to prevent them from doing their elected duty.
Both the report and video of the press conference are linked below. Be a properly informed American and spend some time looking at both.
Paraphrasing Mr. Kline – Do American’s want truth, or are they comfortable lost in the noise of the distractions?
If you want justice, you are going to have to get vocal and demand it.
Link to Amistad Report HERE.
Full Video HERE.
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