More widespread reports are emerging that point to Democrats in office, supposed “non-profit” groups and major corporations colluding to skew the results of the 2020 elections through a system of “grants” with significant policy requirements attached. A batch of recently released emails show that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) largely funded the election operations in Racine, Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay and Kenosha and the grants given to these cities required the cities meet very specific conditions in order to get the money.
If that name sounds familiar it should: this is the same group that pumped Big Tech money into the ridiculously corrupted Georgia election.
InfluenceWatch.Org wrote about CTCL,
“The Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) is a Chicago, Illinois-based center-left election reform advocacy group formed in 2012. The organization pushes for left-of-center voting policies and election administration. It has a wide reach into local elections offices across the nation and is funded by many left-of-center funding organizations such as the Skoll Foundation, the Democracy Fund, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund.”   
This map from their website shows the 2,500 election offices that were given grants by the CTCL, and were therefore subject to meeting their conditions in the 2020 Election. The extent of their infiltration and influence over the 2020 Election is terrifying once you understand the depth of data and control they require.
The Man With The Money Makes The Rules.
According to Dan O’Donnell of Newstalk 1130AM,
“Emails obtained via an open records request reveal that the City of Milwaukee did not run the presidential election in accordance with state law and instead turned over administration of it to liberal-leaning groups after receiving a multimillion dollar grant from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. One of these groups, the National Vote at Home Institute, was provided with daily absentee vote data and even asked for the City’s voter database!”
Democrats in Milwaukee, Wisconsin were so desperate to prevent a second term for President Trump that they openly placed partisan hacks in charge of their elections in violation of Wisconsin laws. Conservative Talk host Dan O’Donnell went on to reveal the series of emails which show clearly that ultimately the CTCL through their affiliate, the National Vote at Home Institute was in control of the 2020 Election in these five cities.
“Milwaukee was not allowed to “reduce or otherwise modify planned municipal spending on 2020 elections.” In addition, the city was not permitted to “use any part of [the] grant to give a grant to another organization unless CTCL agrees to the specific sub-recipient in advance, in writing.”
According to Wisconsin law, set by the state legislature in accord with Article I, Section 4, Clause I of The Constitution of the United States of America ““only election officials appointed under [state law] may conduct an election.”
Mere weeks after the Zuckerberg founded CTCL announced their grant, the National Vote at Home Institute offered to provide “an experienced elections staffer that could potentially embed with your staff in Milwaukee in a matter of days.”
A trove of new emails shows the deep and unlawful coordination between the City of Milwaukee and liberal special interest groups that effectively took over running the November election. https://t.co/cyuPK7GKjF pic.twitter.com/D5J6NNYPcP
— Dan O'Donnell (@DanODonnellShow) May 8, 2021
Wisconsin Elections Commission WAS NOT Running The Election
In clear violation of Wisconsin law and therefore, the US Constitution the “Grants team” was clearly running the election behind the scenes. The most prominent connections were between WEC administrator Meagan Wolfe, Milwaukee Election Commission executive director Claire Woodall-Vogg and Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein of the National Vote at Home Institute.
The extent of their reach was stunning, here’s what we know from O’Donnell’s MacIverInstitute.com:
- According to O’Donnell, in an “August 28th email from Spitzer-Rubenstein to Woodall-Vogg in which he requested access to WEC, Spitzer-Rubenstein also asked her to “send the procedures manual and any instructions for ballot reconstruction.”
- Spitzer-Rubenstein wrote in that same email, “I’ll have our edits on the absentee voting instructions. We’re pushing Quickbase [a data flow management company] to get their system up and running and I’ll keep you updated. I’ll revise the planning tool to accurately reflect the process. I’ll create a flowchart for the vote-by-mail processing that we will be able to share with both inspectors and also observers.”
- In late October Spitzer-Rubenstein requested “1) Number of ballot preparation teams, 2) Number of returned ballots per ward, 3) Number of outstanding ballots per ward.” In order to direct their “get out the vote” (*Read: Ballot Harvesting) efforts.
- Spitzer-Rubenstein then began receiving weekly reports exported from the WisVote system and requested even more intrusive access which finally caused the Milwaukee officials like Claire Woodall-Vog to push back. He wrote, “To that end, we have two questions: 1. Would you or someone else on your team be able to do a screen-share so we can see the process for an export? 2. Do you know if WisVote has an API [application programming interface] or anything similar so that it can connect with other software apps? That would be the holy grail (but I’m not expecting it to be that easy).”
- “While I completely understand and appreciate the assistance that is trying to be provided,” Woodall-Vogg replied, “I am definitely not comfortable having a non-staff member involved in the function of our voter database, much less recording it.”’
Even though he didn’t get everything he wanted, Spitzer-Rubenstein had unprecedented access to voting records on a weekly basis DURING the election. These developments make the objections of Democrats to Arizona’s election audit on the grounds it is being conducted by a third-party all the more galling. They sent 75 lawyers to the Grand Canyon State complaining of a “lack of security” and questioning the legality of a “third party” entity having access to voting records.
The most horrible thing about this, is it was all done in plain sight and no-one noticed or did anything about it. In a TED talk in 2019 Tiana Epps-Johnson laid out CTCL’s goals complaining that,
“The US is one of the few major democracies in the world that puts the onus of voter registration on the individual voter, rather than the government. The rules that govern how to vote vary from state to state, and sometimes even county to county.”
Pay attention: this group is calling for automatic voter registration and Federalized control of all elections, they’re calling precisely for what the Democrats are pushing with HR1, the bill that will ensure our nation is a single party state.