Breaking: Key Battleground State Makes Major Announcement Leading Up To The Midterm Elections Regarding Balloting After It Has Been Revealed…
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The internet itself has become one of the most powerful monopolies in history. Websites like Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube have all taken into their hands want is allowed to be said. In a key battleground state, “Zuckbucks” were made illegal.
The Federalist reported:
“Passed by the state’s Republican-majority legislature and signed into law by Democrat Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday, the legislation (SB 982) mandates that Pennsylvania public officials “may not solicit, apply for, enter into a contract for or receive or expend gifts, donations, grants or funding from any individual, business, organization, trust, foundation, or any nongovernmental entity for the registration of voters or the preparation, administration or conducting of an election in [the] Commonwealth.”
“Also included in the bill is the establishment of an “election integrity grant program,” wherein the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development is permitted to distribute grants “to counties for the administration of elections.” Beginning Aug. 1, counties will be allowed to submit applications to receive funds from the program, with the size of the grant received by a county determined “by the quotient of the county’s number of registered voters divided by the total number of registered voters in all counties.”
It is surprising to hear Democrat Wolf signed SB 982. His office actively colluded with left-wing activists to secure millions of dollars in private money.
The Federalist reports:
“During an April hearing held by the Pennsylvania legislature, state lawmakers heard public testimony revealing that “beginning in July 2020, consultants working for leftist organizations coordinated with local election officials and Democrat Gov. Tom Wolf’s office to lobby five blue counties to apply for these private grants,” with the funds originating from groups such as the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL).”
CTCL is a non-profit founded by Mark Zuckerburg, the co-founder of Facebook. Mark Zuckerburg has given over $400 million to the organization. CTCL used its technical power over the new digital market square by altering state and local election operations.
The Federalist reports:
“In Pennsylvania, for instance, CTCL flooded the state with approximately $25 million “Zuckbucks,” with the “5 biggest grants per capita in CTCL-funded counties” going to localities won by Joe Biden.
“CTCL gave grants to 10 of the 13 counties Biden won statewide, one of which (Erie County) flipped from Trump’s 2016 column. Together, these 10 counties received $20.8 million, or over 83 percent of all CTCL grants to Pennsylvania,” a Capital Research Center report found. “In contrast, CTCL gave grants to 12 of the 54 counties Trump won statewide. These 12 counties received just $1.73 million, a mere 7 percent of all CTCL funds in the Keystone state.”
“As of July 2022, more than 20 states have passed laws banning or restricting public officials’ use of “Zuckbucks” and other private funds when conducting elections.”
The New York Post on Hunter Biden and his laptop was censored before the election of 2020. It was reported that if people knew about Hunter Biden, they would have voted for Trump.
There is also the case of Kyle Rittenhouse. Many believed he was a mass murderer. In a previous Raging Patriots report:
“Let’s just use for an example what Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg said about [Rittenhouse]. They said that he was involved in a mass murder incident,” McMurtry explained. “This was not a mass murder incident. It was clearly factually false.”
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