Democrats are busted
Nancy Pelosi and her Democrat friends claim the 2020 presidential election was fair. Well, we do have evidence that they played dirty. Truth is, we get more evidence every day.
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The recent report is related to Georgia Secretary of State Raffensberger. Guess what… the guy is now accused of getting money from Mark Zuckerberg. How about $5.6 million?
Zuckerberg had something to do with the presidential election. He is also accused of funding dirty operations in the entire nation. Well, Raffensberger is also linked to Zuckerberg and this $5.6 million is the best proof of that.
Here are more details of the wrongdoing:
In an effort to audit and verify presidential election results, Raffensberger tried to fight against transparency throughout the entire process.
REPORT: Group linked with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg donated nearly $5.6 million to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office. — Georgia Star News
— The Election Wizard (@Wizard_Predicts) April 19, 2021
— Constitutional Nobody (@USSANews) April 19, 2021
The Post Millennial offered more details on this scandal:
An elections group funded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg donated $5.6 million to the office of Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger in the leadup to the 2020 presidential election, Georgia Star News reports.
The Washington DC-based Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR) donated the money to Georgia, as well as at least nine other states.
“Georgia used CEIR grant funds in both the November general election and January runoff election to encourage voters to apply for a ballot online,” the group said. “This approach sped up the process for both voters and election officials while also making it easier to track application status.”
According to CEIR, the funding was also used “to counteract disinformation, issuing public service announcements warning voters of disinformation and encouraging them to report fraud to the Secretary of State hotline.”
Walter Jones, a spokesman for Raffensperger’s office, said that the funds “enabled this and local elections offices to combat disinformation… that undermine the confidence of Georgia voters.”
“Having the Secretary of State’s office accept this funding and distribute the benefits fairly around the state—rather than having donations go to the donor’s preferred county elections boards—was endorsed by the Republican legislature as part of SB 202,” Jones continued.
The group received a total of $69 million from Zuckerberg. According to CEIR, they “provided states nearly $65 million, which they used to bolster their voter education efforts in a variety of ways.”
It is unclear how the remaining $4 million was spent.
Raffensperger praised the organization as having “the greatest minds that the country has to offer,” arguing that their funding played a key role in ensuring election integrity in the state of Georgia.
President Joe Biden carried the state of Georgia by a margin of less than 12,000 votes in the 2020 presidential election, a state which his opponent, Donald Trump, won by more than 200,000 votes only four years earlier.
Is this transaction innocent?
Raffenberger hurt the process. He took part in the shady operations.
What happened to the forensic audit? Why didn’t they investigate machines? We are still concerned.
The Deep State in Georgia is fighting against transparency and fair election.
Raffensberger will have to answer some questions.
The Georgia GOP is CENSURING the Secretary of State…
2020 Election Integrity: Georgia – Public Official Praise For Private Partisan Funding For National Elections
Georgia SOS Brad Raffensperger's Office Explains Taking More than $5 Million from Mark Zuckerberg Group for State's 2020 Presidential Election https://t.co/lmZ500nj3W
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) April 19, 2021
Fox 5 Atlanta reported on the case:
Kelly Loeffler had a warning.
The former U.S. senator from Georgia, defeated in a January runoff amid Republican infighting, told her hometown GOP committee Saturday that only a unified party can avoid a repeat in the 2022 midterms.
“What I saw in my campaign is that we need to do better. We just need to get to work doing it,” Loeffler told Fulton County Republicans at their annual convention.
Yet Republicans can’t seem to get past 2020.
In the hours after Loeffler’s plea, at least 10 local party committees voted to condemn Gov. Brian Kemp, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger or both for not helping overturn President Donald Trump’s November defeat. Two counties already had done so. Additionally, Georgia GOP Chairman David Shafer eagerly noted in his rounds to local conventions that he’s sued “a Republican secretary of state.” And in Fulton County, the state’s most populous, a flood of new delegates ousted several incumbent officers despite their pledged fealty to Trump.
The tension reflects the former president’s ever-tightening grip on the Republican Party and suggests that even unabashed conservatives like Kemp are at the mercy of continued finger-pointing and competition to be the loudest echoes for Trump’s false assertion of a rigged 2020 election.
Kemp and Raffensperger were both the targets of Trump’s ire after they certified Democrat Joe Biden’s narrow win in Georgia. Some counties added demands that Raffensperger resign.
A Kemp aide focused on how few counties out of 159 have formally condemned the governor, saying he’s “grateful” for grassroots support and looks forward to a primary campaign where he can tout his “successful record.” A Raffensperger aide did not respond to a request for comment.
Indeed, the pair staved off some condemnations. Gwinnett County, part of the metro Atlanta core, voted down the measures. A handful of other counties, including Fulton, censured Raffensperger but had no floor vote at all on Kemp. Other counties avoided votes altogether when they adjourned because too few delegates remained to conduct business after long days.
The trend nonetheless shows Kemp has work to do to shore up his right flank ahead of 2022.
“I’m disappointed in Kemp, and I’d absolutely consider someone else,” said Ruth Anne Tatum, a retired Alpharetta schoolteacher who was among the scores of first-time delegates to attend the Fulton County convention.
Tatum said she traveled to Washington for the Jan. 6 rally in which Trump addressed supporters before some of them stormed the U.S. Capitol as Congress tallied Biden’s Electoral College victory. She said she was not among the insurrectionists but argued that the event has been unfairly pinned on Trump.
“I’m so tired of all the lies and the corruption and the cheating,” Tatum said, pointing at Democrats and Republicans alike. “All of them,” she said.
— One America News (@OANN) April 13, 2021
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