Phill Kline to Newsmax TV: Zuckerberg 'Privatized' Election Illegally (Newsmax TV's "Stinchfield")
By Eric Mack | Wednesday, 16 December 2020 09:06 PM
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's $400 million election funding was disparate and ostensibly "privatized" the election to defeat President Donald Trump for Joe Biden, according to the Amistad Project Director Phill Kline on Newsmax TV.
"We can't privatize elections," Kline, the former Kansas attorney general, told Wednesday's "Stinchfield." "You can't have elections brought to you by Facebook, or elections brought to you by the Koch brothers. Either approach is bad, and it is illegal, and it shouldn't have happened."
Kline's group has been investigating the money trail of Zuckerberg's donations that were made under the guise of the aiding the election due to the coronavirus pandemic.
"This wasn't about election safety," Kline told host Grant Stinchfield. "It was about targeted a demographic for turning out the vote for the benefit of Vice President Biden, and the problem with it is the government can't play favorites in an election.
"They bought up local elections officials and told them what to do. It was Zuckerberg money that paid the salaries of the election judges. Zuckerberg money that paid the people that boarded up the windows. Zucker boxes collected the ballots, contrary to state law – all those big drop boxes – and it was Zuckerberg people who counted the ballots.
"That is a problem in America."
Kline noted the plan was all made in plain sight, as former President Barack Obama's campaign manager David Plouffe worked for Zuckerberg in March 2020 and wrote the book, "A Citizen's Guide to Beating Donald Trump."
"On page 81 of that book, he talked about how the 2020 election was going to come down to a block by block street fight to turn out the urban vote in Minneapolis, Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and Detroit," Kline said.
"And soon after, Zuckerberg's money start flowing," he continued, "directly into those cities for the purpose of turning out the vote."
As an example of the disparate use of the Zuckerberg funds, Pennsylvania put out mail-in ballot drop boxes "every four square miles" in Delaware County, which is a Biden-friendly urban area. Then, in the 59 rural "Trump country" countries, "one Zucker box for every 1,159 square miles," Kline reported.
"So with that money, the state of Pennsylvania said, 'if you live in a Democrat stronghold, go for a stroll and go vote, or we'll come pick up your ballot,'" Kline concluded. "'If you're in Trump country, you need to go on a weekend vacation and find Waldo. Find this drop box out of 1,100 square miles.'
"That's the disparate impact that's treating voters differently based on their demographics, a violation of equal protection. Should've never happened in America."
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