The Center for Renewing America, a conservative think organization, has petitioned the IRS to look into Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan's finances. The group came to the conclusion that the couple's participation in the most recent election was highly questionable and must have been motivated by personal benefit. As a result, the think tank strongly recommended that the agency launch an investigation into the couple to determine whether or not they had violated any of the applicable federal tax regulations.
During the most recent election for president, Mark Zuckerberg and a number of other nonprofit organizations made significant financial investments in an effort to tilt the race in favor of Joe Biden, the candidate for the Democratic party.
This think tank asserts that a number of organizations, such as the Center for Election Innovation and Research and the National Vote at Home Institute, were complicit in an effort to sway the outcome of the election in favor of Joe Biden and other Democrats. These organizations were compensated with around $400 million for their activities in influencing elections on the state and local levels. About half a billion dollars were put into the campaign for the presidential election in 2020 by a scheme masterminded by David Plouffe, who had previously served as Obama's campaign manager.
Zuckerberg’s financial losses could be related to his collaboration with the #FBI. His nonprofit was involved in manipulating outcomes through his $400 million investment in ballot #dropboxes & grants to local governments. #Zuckerberg #electionfraud https://t.co/TKYt8w3IC8
— Dr. Carol M. Swain (@carolmswain) September 20, 2022
The Chief Executive Officer of Meta and his wife are the ones who made the assertion that the money they gave to progressive organizations all throughout the country was nothing more than an effort to make sure the elections in 2020 went off without a hitch. However, data professionals who evaluated how this fund was dispersed called the couple out on their foolishness and pointed out the flaw in their logic.
It’s time to arrest Mark Zuckerberg. He has engaged in crimes against this nation. Some of which include election interference, election fraud, illegal surveillance of political rivals, and pushing slanderous/defaming content as factual evidence of crimes committed.
— WISCO Trav (@WISCPATRIOT1776) September 16, 2022
According to the findings of the investigation, the funding was allocated on a strongly politicized basis that benefitted Democrats. Furthermore, these money were primarily allocated to locations that lean Democratic in order to finance a partisan effort and affect Americans.
William Doyle also stated in his report that the plan should not be used to finance traditional political campaigns. Rather, the emphasis was placed solely and exclusively on partisan electioneering in support of Biden. Doyle further, saying that the far-left plan primarily cared about funding the infiltration of election offices at the municipal and county level by left-wing activists, and utilizing those offices as a platform to establish favored administrative processes, voting techniques, and data-sharing agreements, as well as start intense outreach operations in areas heavy with Democratic supporters.
The complaint that was submitted by the think tank demanded that an investigation be conducted by the IRS into this partisan scheme, as it ought to have been done a very long time ago. One complaint suggests that the IRS look into evidence of illegal political conduct and the receipt and use of incorrect personal income tax credits for payments to one or more of those entities.
Another complaint argued that the left-leaning organizations that participated in this scam should not be permitted to keep their charitable tax statuses going forward. This argument was made in response to the first complaint. According to the formal complaint, the tax exempt status should be revoked because expenditures were made for partisan campaign interference, in blatant and willful contravention of US law.
In a complaint that was filed in support of the initial one, it was mentioned that the CEO of Meta and his wife did not take part in these activities without receiving some kind of benefit in exchange, such as an illegal tax deduction. The complaint goes on to state that the Internal Revenue Service will be the one to judge whether or not the Meta couple left sufficient evidence for the IRS to find them guilty of tax offenses. But it is incumbent upon the IRS to recoup what is likely a bogus tax deduction on the roughly hundred million dollar order of magnitude: an illicit taxpayer subsidy running to support Democrat electioneering goals.
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