Mark Zuckerberg funneled $419.5MILLION into nonprofits to fund administration ...

Mark Zuckerberg funneled $419.5MILLION into nonprofits to fund administration ...
Mark Zuckerberg funneled $419.5MILLION into nonprofits to fund administration ...

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife funneled nearly $420million into nonprofits that aided in the administration and infrastructure of the 2020 election - and heavily favored Democrat counties, according to a new report. 

Zuckerberg, 37, and his wife Priscilla Chan, 36, donated $419.5million to The Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) and The Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR), nonprofits that provided grants to counties and helped fund the administration of the election. 

CTCL and CEIR provided funds to local governments and helped implement administrative practices, voting methods, data-sharing agreements, and outreach programs, according to the New York Post

The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative gave an eye-watering $350 million to CTCL in 2020 - while the nonprofit's budget in 2018 was just $1.4 million.  

But Biden-winning counties were three times more likely to get funding than Trump ones, and the Democrat was reportedly given a significant boost in swing states.   

Zuckerberg's funds may have helped get more voters to the polls in Arizona, which Biden won by 10,000 and Georgia, which he won by 12,000, according to an analysis by the New York Post. 

CTCL reportedly demanded the promotion of mail-in voting practices - which was heavily supported by the Democrats - and also helped fund poll workers and temporary staff, and the quick increase of unmonitored private drop boxes for mail-in votes.

And in Wisconsin the money funded 'vote navigators' who  'assist voters, potentially at their front doors, to answer questions ... and witness absentee ballot signatures.'

Zuckerberg's contributions to the groups nearly matched the federal and state funding for COVID-19 related election expenses, which totaled $479.5million during the 2020 election. 

Mark Zuckerberg, 37, and his wife Priscilla Chan, 36, funneled $419.5million into two nonprofits that largely funded Democratic areas in the 2020 election

Mark Zuckerberg, 37, and his wife Priscilla Chan, 36, funneled $419.5million into two nonprofits that largely funded Democratic areas in the 2020 election

CTCL grants, which largely went to Democrat-heavy counties, boosted the dollar per vote value of a Biden voter. A Biden-wining county was 3.5 times more likely to be funded by CTCL and Trump, and on average the dollar per vote for Biden was $2.85 compared to only $0.59 for Trump. In Philadelphia, the highest funded Biden county, the average dollar per vote was $6.32 compared to Berks, the highest funded Trump county, which was only $1.12

CTCL grants, which largely went to Democrat-heavy counties, boosted the dollar per vote value of a Biden voter. A Biden-wining county was 3.5 times more likely to be funded by CTCL and Trump, and on average the dollar per vote for Biden was $2.85 compared to only $0.59 for Trump. In Philadelphia, the highest funded Biden county, the average dollar per vote was $6.32 compared to Berks, the highest funded Trump county, which was only $1.12

Zuckerberg's contributions to the groups nearly matched the federal and state funding for COVID-19 related election expenses, which totaled $479.5million during the 2020 election.

Zuckerberg's contributions to the groups nearly matched the federal and state funding for COVID-19 related election expenses, which totaled $479.5million during the 2020 election. 

Despite CTCL and CEIR being registered as non-partisan organizations, the New York Post's analysis found that groups allocated their money in mainly Democratic areas. 

CTCL provided 25 counties with $1million or higher grants in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Virginia, totaling $87.5million in grants. Biden won 23 of those counties in the election. 

Brown County in Wisconsin, which Trump won, received a $1.1million grant from the nonprofit, which totaled only a mere 1.2 per cent of the grants offered within the 25 counties. 

But within the county, funding disparities were stark.

The Wisconsin legislature gave the city of Green Bay roughly $7 per voter to manage

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