And then, there is this …

“A former federal election official on Thursday called the $400 million-plus that Mark Zuckerberg spent to help finance local elections a “carefully orchestrated attempt” to influence the 2020 vote — and recommended that all states ban private funding of election offices.

Hans von Spakovsky, a former Federal Election Commission member, said the billionaire Facebook founder’s donations to a pair of nonprofits that doled out the cash to nearly 2,500 counties in 49 states “violated fundamental principles of equal treatment of voters since it may have led to unequal opportunities to vote in different areas of a state.”

“My reaction is that this was a carefully orchestrated attempt to convert official government election offices into get-out-the-vote operations for one political party and to insert political operatives into election offices in order to influence and manipulate the outcome of the election,” said von Spakovsky, a Republican who now runs the Heritage Foundation’s Election Law Reform Initiative.

He added: “All states should ban private funding of government election offices no matter the source.”” NY Post

Comment: He and Soros may be pals. pl

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9 Responses to And then, there is this …

  1. jim ticehurst says:

    Study that Image..Takes some Intense Emotion to look that Sour..Looks like a Human Version of that Alien you recently had up…That much the Hands of a Kid..who then winds a Rather Large Coven ..Baking Poison Pies in The Over..People ;like Mark..take home to Put on Suckers Tables…and get patted on the Back…Not a Club..for everyone..Thank God…Eyes On The Horizon..Knees together…

  2. JerseyJeffersonian says:

    Zuckerberg was late to the party. Soros was busy some time back funding the elections of radical “progressive” DAs and other mechanism-manipulating apparatchiks to instigate lots and lots of anarcho-tyranny throughout the Republic. With them in place in state and local offices, the subversion of the Constitution by Brandon et cie. has been considerably eased. Of course, Obama’s efforts in larding the military and the bureaucracies with maniacal “progressives” during his terms of office worked a trick at the federal level, too.

    The involvement of the super rich has made evident the fascistic orientation of the coup. For hoi polloi, a slide into lifestyles determined by the whims of the “elites” and their ever eager to please (lest they get cancelled and suffer decline into the ruck of the Deplorables) bureaucratic operatives, trends toward a life on the dole, and a loss of all agency in the conduct of their lives.

    Cloud people, Dirt people, a radical disjunction; that’s the plan. And as a significant portion of the Cloud people are adherents of transhumanism, for them the establishment of this state of affairs is their motivation.

    In short, they hate us, and want us dead.

  3. Eric Newhill says:

    Zuk looks remarkably like Jen Psaki’s twin. The space aliens got some extra millage out that particular human suit mold.

    These tech giants have long expressed a god-complex. They believe their stuff will bring about the new age of humanity. I’ve never understood what Soro’s motivation is, but he apparently tells the techies what they want to hear to make an alliance.

  4. Barbara Ann says:

    A republic, if you can afford it?

  5. Babeltuap says:

    There is no reason for a drop box other than to collect shotgunned ballots from missed targets, fill out and dump in the boxes.

    It’s way easier to just mail it from your residence. What he did is the apex of voter fraud.

  6. Deap says:

    What’s in it for Zuckerberg, handsomely backing the party of SEIU and the teachers unions?

    • cofer says:

      The cyber monopolies are afraid of Trump. The current fascist arrangement suits them. The question is, who is in control in this marriage? Most likely the people with the guns and the so called ‘Justice System’.

  7. akaPatience says:

    If there were any actual justice in our country, that ugly head in the photo would end up in a wicker basket. When the billionaire asshole extraordinaire lobbied Roger Waters of Pink Floyd fame a few months ago for permission to use one of their songs in a FB ad, Waters had this to say: “F**k you. No way” and further commented that Zuckerberg was “one of the most powerful idiots in the world. How did this little prick, who started by saying, ‘She’s pretty, we’ll give her a 4 out of 5’, ‘She’s ugly, we’ll give her a 1’. How did he get power in something?”. So very very true.

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