Voter Fraud, Election Theft, Election Fraud, Ballot Boxes, Election Integrity for America
Voter Fraud and Ballot Boxes
The funding of ballot drop boxes, particularly during the 2020 U.S. elections, has been a subject of significant discussion and scrutiny. A substantial part of this funding came from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, who donated $400 million to a nonprofit organization. This funding was used for various election-related expenses, including paying election workers, training poll workers, renting polling locations, purchasing ballot-scanning machines, and setting up ballot drop boxes.
It's important to note that while these donations have been viewed by some as efforts to influence the 2020 election, others have defended them as necessary support to local election offices, especially in the context of challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The funds were aimed at ensuring a smooth and safe election process, as federal support was lacking at the time. NOTE:THE COVID SCARE IS OVER: DISCARD THE DROP BOXES.
Private Funding of Elections
However, this form of private funding for public election processes has raised concerns and debates over the appropriateness and potential implications of such contributions. These discussions often revolve around the transparency, accountability, and potential bias in the electoral process when private funds are involved.