Facebook Interferes in US Elections by Providing Unconstitutional Grants

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Social media giant Facebook got involved in an election controversy as it funded spent millions in unconstitutional grants prior to the elections. Just like Twitter, it also continued to censor news on election fraud before and after the elections.

Atty. Phillip Klein of the Trump legal team shared how private grants in Georgia’s Fulton County were used illegally.

Facebook provided $6 million of Grants to Fulton County to have ballot places placed around the county. Such actions are not only questionable but also illegal. What does voting have to do with tech companies?

A month before the presidential elections, it was reported in South Carolina that local elections offices were allegedly receiving private grants from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

The election offices violated federal laws by taking a combined $1.4 million of private grant funding from a group called “Center For Tech and Civic Life”(CTCL), which is the same group that granted assistance to Fulton.

The grant is said to be used for assistance during the 2020 presidential elections.

South Carolina Voter’s Alliance took the stand against these offices in the counties of Charleston and Richland, as the grants are considered unconstitutional.

Recently, President Trump tweeted that changes will be made in the National Defense Authorization Act or NDAA.

He announced that he will veto the act unless Section 230 is repealed. Section 230 covers a communication code that protects tech giants like Facebook and Twitter from liability in content being spread on these platforms.

It can be noted that the Amistad Project continues its battle in winning lawsuits in swing states that are involved in fraud during the presidential elections.

Public and private partnerships with cities or counties can prove to be impermissible, as ulterior motives can’t be taken out of context. In this case, why is a tech company involved?

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