The Alliance for Election Excellence (AEE) was named as the group responsible for purchasing real estate for this purpose at Macoupin County in Illinois. It began in April 2022 with almost $100 million in its coffers. The AEE is helmed by Tiana Epps-Johnson, also of the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL).
However, Slay News pointed out that the CTCL controversially used hundreds of millions of dollars of funding from Zuckerberg to boost Democratic voter turnout in the 2020 elections. According to reports, these "Zuck Bucks" were utilized for fraudulent mail-in ballots that were later used to propel President Joe Biden to the White House. The CTCL had also reportedly disobeyed local election officials. (Related: Big Tech's influence: Zuckerberg gave $500 million to election officials who used the money to violate election laws.)
According to a press release on the AEE website, the group's $500,000 grant would be "used to purchase and update the new building." It added: "Conveniently located directly across from the county courthouse, it will serve as a secure location for equipment as well as allow for an independently accessible space for early voting."
"We've run out of space in general, but the big thing was there simply was no real, secure storage space for our voting machines and ballots – two things that absolutely need to be secured," said Macoupin County Clerk Pete Duncan. "The space became difficult to manage when we needed to add in-person voting to already overcrowded, unsecured space."
According to the county clerk, he has received positive feedback from the county board and several former candidates. He remarked that the AEE's grant "will make voting in person and early voting easier and more secure."
But Ohio lawyer Tom Renz pointed out that the AEE's grant to Macoupin County was definitely fishy. He warned of a possible "rigging" of 2024 election results in a recent edition of his "Another Renz Rant" segment.
The host of "Lawfare with Tom Renz" on Brighteon.TV sarcastically commented on the AEE's grant: "I'm sure you can count on them – and definitely just trust them – to ensure that [election] equipment being stored will be stored safely and securely, and that no one will screw with equipment. It's clear that these guys are doing this just because they believe in free and fair elections, and want to help."
He emphasized how Americans shouldn't trust the AEE, an entity obviously pushing for Democrats. Renz stressed: "They promoted Democrat [voter] turnout, and there's no question that they're a partisan hack group."
An October 2021 article by William Doyle published in the Federalist appeared to back up Renz's thoughts. He argued that during the 2020 elections, the "Zuck bucks" shelled out by the CEO of Facebook and Instagram's parent company "wasn't traditional political spending."
"He funded a targeted, private takeover of government election operations by nominally non-partisan – but demonstrably ideological – non-profit organizations," said Doyle, research director at the Texas-based Caesar Rodney Election Research Institute.
"If you don't think the 2024 steal is a legitimate thing, I've got another thing coming for you – it is absolutely going to happen. They got away with it in 2020 and 2022, and now they're [going to] do it in 2024," Renz ultimately warned.
"They're ramping up efforts. We're never going to have another free election again in America if we don't fix this."
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This video is from the Thomas Renz channel on Brighteon.com.