A lawsuit filed by Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry in October 2020 alleged that a little-known non-profit controlled by a larger non-profit recruited election officials to accept money being supplied by Mark Zuckerberg.
That non-profit is financed by a billionaire, Pierre Omidyar in an attempt to get them to accept money from Zuckerberg-funded Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL).
Landry has initiated a lawsuit in the matter.
The lawsuit names the defendants as CTCL, New Venture Fund DBA Center for Secure and Modern Elections, Dawn Maisel Cole, a private individual; and Full Circle Strategies LLC, and they stand accused of funneling money illegally into the election system.
The lawsuit alleged:
- The New Venture Fund, operating in Louisiana under the trade name Center for Secure and Modern Elections (CSME), partnered with CTCL to solicit applications and information from Louisiana officials in connection with proposed grants [from CTCL as part of the $350 million in grants made nationwide in the 2020 election].
- CTCL and CSME worked their grant scheme in the State of Louisiana through a lobbyist by the name of Dawn Maisel Cole, owner, and operator of Full Circle Strategies, LLC, as their Louisiana representative and agent to target registrars of voters, clerks of court, and local election officials.
- The scheme targeted 13 parishes, some to receive contributions of more than $500,000, accompanied by a request for detailed information about the operations, conduct, and expenses of the registrars/clerk’s office.
- Ms. Cole directly solicited registrars and clerks of courts to accept contributions from CTCL and New Venture Fund for the operation of their respective offices.
These practices were prohibited, the lawsuit argued, because:
…private contributions to local election officials are unlawful and contrary to the methods for election funding established by law in the State of Louisiana, and such contributions by these defendants should be declared illegal and permanently enjoined.
Pierre Omidyar founded eBay and has a net worth of $25 billion. He has contributed large sums of money to Democratic candidates and causes.
CNN recently aired a poll on how far Trump voters are willing to go with outrageously high numbers. But CNN did not divulge that the poll was paid for by Omidyar.
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Their polls found that after the election, a supermajority of Republicans backed Trump’s efforts to overturn the results: 86% said his legal challenges were appropriate, 79% said they weren’t confident in the national vote tally, and 68% said Trump won. Another 54% said Trump should never concede, and a plurality said state legislatures should override the popular vote.
neither Omidyar nor Zuckerberg will be drawn into this because both have insulated themselves by 2 or 3 degrees. Just like George Soros.