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Concerns over billionaire donations pouring into elections that solely benefitted Democrats are not going away and now the warning is going out that mixing corporate donations with the ballot box is a dangerous partnership for our republic.


The controversy centers around the non-profit Center for Tech and Civic Life, which columnist Michelle Malkin describes as a “deep-pocketed liberal advocacy group” funded by Big Tech billionaires, such as Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg (pictured at left) and left-wing philanthropy groups known for pouring tens of millions into liberal causes.

One project touted by CTCL was to distribute COVID-19 Response grants to more than 2,500 election offices, but Malkin says the day-to-day operations are steered by former Obama administration officials who don’t deserve to be trusted by the public.

CTCL also caught the attention of attorney Phill Kline, with the Thomas More Society, who has raised the issue of election fraud through the Amistad Project that has sued in states such as Georgia, where $10 million flowed to Democrat-dominated Fulton County from CTCL.  …

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