Friday, October 14, 2022

How Taxpayers Finance Democrat Voter Registration: Who Funds Democrat Campaign Operations? YOU DO

Last year the Southern Poverty Law Center announced that it would spend $100 million on voter outreach in five states including Georgia and Florida. Beneficiaries include Alabama Forward, a coalition that encompasses local chapters of the ACLU, the NAACP, William J. Barber II’s Poor People’s Campaign and the Black Voters Matter Fund. BVM has been credited with boosting black turnout to enable the elections of Doug Jones, Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff.
“Georgia voters practically handed victories to President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris with a historic election outcome,” BVM head LaTosha Brown boasted. “Georgia owes tremendous gratitude to its Black voters, who turned out and voted in record numbers — just as they did in November.”
“For years, our organization has been reaching into Black communities to help them harness and leverage their voting power — and that work does not end on Election Day,” she added.
The Southern Poverty Law Center is a 501(c)(3) so it’s supposed to be non-partisan and is not allowed to get involved in elections. Alabama Forward is also a C3, BVM however is a C4. How is it possible for nonprofits to pour tax-exempt money into Democrat election efforts? The answer, as Internal Radical Service by David Horowitz and John Perazzo, a pamphlet from the David Horowitz Freedom Center, reveals is that the IRS has enabled the rise of a Democrat empire of nonprofits funding everything from race riots to illegal migration to partisan elections.
The SPLC’s $100 million fund sounds like a lot, but it’s a small piece of a massive pie that is estimated to be in the billions. Federal, state and local governments, leftist foundations and nonprofits are distributing a vast fortune in funds aimed at voter engagement and registration. The vast majority of that money is directed at enhancing Democrat voter turnout by targeting demographics, young people, immigrants, minorities, and single women who are statistically more likely to vote for their party. Formally, voter registration and outreach is considered nonpartisan if it doesn’t endorse specific candidates, but the demographic targeting makes a mockery of the regulations and is aimed at boosting Democrat voter turnout in elections.
The Democrats benefit from a massive voter turnout machine funded by taxpayers either directly in the form of grants or indirectly through the nonprofit status of the organizations.
The networks of George Soros and Pierre Omidyar, a former Nazi collaborator and Franco-Persian tech tycoon, had urged, “We will need to mobilize more than a billion dollars to uphold the integrity of our election process and ensure diverse, equitable participation.”
Diverse and equitable participation are the kind of terms that allow foundations and nonprofits to fund systemically partisan demographic targeting for the Democrats to help them win elections.
The New York Times quoted a Democratic donor expressing concern that “organizations working on voter registration” are not being fully funded due to Soros and Omidyar not coming through with the cash. As the paper put it, nonprofits “have taken advantage of provisions in the tax code that allow them to engage in the political sphere through efforts that are technically nonpartisan, like voter education and registration” with charities spending millions of dollars for the “pinpoint targeting of demographic groups that typically vote Democratic.” --->READ MORE HERE
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