Appellate Court Reinstates Louisiana AG’s Lawsuit Against Zuckerberg’s Election-Meddling Group

Last week, a Louisiana appellate court reinstated Attorney General Jeff Landry’s lawsuit challenging Mark Zuckerberg’s infiltration of the state election system with private “Zuck Bucks” that flooded the country during the 2020 election. The lawsuit, State of Louisiana v. Center for Tech and Civic Life, originated in October 2020. That’s when Louisiana, through Landry, sought a court order declaring that “private contributions to local election officials and the election system in general are unlawful and contrary to Louisiana law.” Landry’s lawsuit followed attempts by the Zuckerberg-funded Center for Tech and Civic Life to dole out millions in targeted grants to election officials throughout the state.

Apparently, Zuckerberg dumped nearly $1M into Louisiana’s Democrat counties ahead of the 2020 presidential election and that’s illegal.

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2 replies

  1. Nice to see Zuckerberg start to get what he deserves. The elites are finding they are not bulletproof.

    The elites have shown themselves to be tyrants who are ready and willing to disregard the Constitution and turn America into an elite-driven totalitarian state.


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