Greater Georgia Sues for Transparency on Zuckerberg’s $5.6m Donation to Raffensperger in 2020 Election


Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta Platforms, is making headlines once again for his $5.6 million donation to the Georgia Secretary of State’s office.

According to newspaper sources, a vote integrity organization led by Senator Kelly Loeffler filed a legal complaint in the local court demanding openness regarding the gift amount given by Meta Platforms CEO Mark Zuckerberg to the Georgia Secretary of State’s office.

The money was spent on political campaigning for the 2020 presidential elections, according to the petition, and the court was asked to press both parties for clarification and transparency.

Mark Zuckerberg’s Donation to Ctcl

Mark Zuckerberg and his philanthropic wife, Priscilla Chan, are well-known for their left-wing politics. A higher official stated that they are aware of Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan donating $350 million to the ‘Center for Tech and Civil Life,’ a fictitious non-profit organization (CTCL).

In his study, he said that the CTCL utilized this money to pay thousands of government employees across the country, influencing the elections significantly. He further stated that as the director of Capital Research Center, he is keeping a careful eye on the situation. He also intimated that the Capital Research Center is doing a state-by-state inquiry into how these donations were used and the impact they had.

For the time being, the investigations are being conducted in Georgia, and he has intimated that they may move on to Pennsylvania once they are completed.

Zuckerberg’s Donation Helping Democrats in Presidential Elections 2020

There have been a lot of rumours about this, and it appears that Mark Zuckerberg’s large donation to CTCL aided Joe Biden’s victory in majority states. CTCL is claimed to have given away $29 million to government election officials and the general public.

If we calculate the rate of a vote per person, we come to the conclusion that it was roughly $7.13 per registered voter. In comparison, according to our estimates, the US government spent roughly $2.3 million in grants at the time, equating to around $1.91 per registered voter.

The amount of money spent per person by both parties is vastly different, and it is clear that both parties won in the areas where they spent this much money.

In a statement to Fox News, Foundation for Government Accountability CEO Tarren Bragdon said that Meta platforms CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan’s donation is an unprecedented event that shows you can use your unlimited financial power to manipulate government election officials and get the results you want.

He went on to say that spending your own money on police to have your police officials appointed so that you can ask them to do anything for you and they, being the pet, follow your commands is like spending your private money on police. He expressed his displeasure with such election tampering.


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