Report: 2020 election manipulator announces influence scheme for 2024

 January 19, 2024

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

One of the organizations that facilitated a major undue election influence operation during the 2020 presidential race has announced plans for another campaign during the 2024 race, but this time instead of using "Zuckbucks" from Mark Zuckerberg, it wants to use federal tax dollars, a new report charges.

The organization is the Center for Tech and Civic Life and it was that group that handed out hundreds of millions of dollars, provided by Zuckerberg, to election officials who often used it to recruit Joe Biden voters.

It was one of the major undue influences on the 2020 race, as such dollars, more than $400 million, never before had been injected into an American election, especially when those funds were outside the normal election spending procedures that are monitored.

It is The Federalist that has posted the report by William Doyle, the research director at The Caesar Rodney Election Research Institute in Irving, Texas, who specializes in economic history and private funding of American elections.

He cites an email "sent to a network of election officials and nonprofit organizations" by the CTCL.

It claims it will facilitate applications by elections officials for money from a massive federal government grant program administered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

"This program could potentially funnel more than $700 million to election offices during the 2024 election under the auspices of CTCL officials and their partners in the nonprofit world of left-wing election activism," the report said.

The federal program targeted is FEMA's 2024 Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities grant program.

While that, the government said, is to "support states, local communities, tribes, and territories as they undertake hazard mitigation projects, reducing the risks they face from disasters and natural hazards," CTCL, in its "creative interpretation," is claiming elections, under Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, are a "critical service" deserving of competitive FEMA grant funding, the report said.

The CTCL's coming "webinar" will claim, "As a core element of government function, elections are a critical service and eligible for this government funding," the report said.

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