Mark Zuckerberg Hit With Legal Complaint Accusing Him of Spearheading 2020 Election Scheme

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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is having a very rough year. He recently saw his net worth drop by a staggering $70 billion after renaming his company to “Meta,” which is the biggest loss of any billionaire by far.

Making matters worse, Zuckerberg has been hit with a major legal complaint alleging that he’s the mastermind behind a left-wing scheme to impact the 2020 election outcome.

He allegedly disguised his political efforts to help Joe Biden by claiming his nearly $500 million was sent as a “charitable donation” to nonprofit voting rights groups.

In reality, the money was quietly funneled through a former Obama staffer to key swing states to help Biden in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

In the end, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife were left with a massive $500 million tax deduction since they claimed the money went to nonprofit “voting rights groups.” Ordinary Americans were left to foot the bill.

The legal complaint says Zuckerberg is “beyond disgraceful.” The scheme began when Zuckerberg hired former Obama campaign manager David Plouffe and tasked him with the mission of funneled hundreds of millions to Democrat jurisdictions in swing states.

Nearly $500 million of Zuckerberg’s money went specifically Zuckerberg and Plouffe used three tax-exempt voting rights groups ahead of the November 2020 election. The legal complaint was filed against Mark Zuckerberg, his wife Priscilla Chan, and the three voting rights groups.

The Center for Renewing America (CRA) is leading the effort to fight back against the Zuckerbergs and bring justice to American taxpayers.

In their defense, Zuckerberg and his wife claim that they hired Obama’s former staffer merely “to help local governments on a non-partisan basis.” The legal complaint argues this is obviously false and the Zuckerbergs are left-wing activists behind the multi-million dollar political scheme.

“It is beyond disgraceful to imagine federal taxpayers subsidizing the partisan preferences of billionaires who easily could have given to a Democrat super PAC in 2020,” the CRA said in a statement.

“But, of course, then they would not have been able to take a tax deduction, so they disguised the political nature of their donations and shuffled them through ‘charitable’ intermediaries, making ordinary Americans foot the bill,” the CRA continued.

“We leave to the Service to determine whether there is enough evidence to sustain a criminal investigation into Chan or Zuckerberg for tax fraud,” the CRA complaint against Zuckerberg and Chan stated.

“Nevertheless, at the very least, it is incumbent upon the IRS to recoup what is likely a false tax deduction on a roughly hundred-million-dollar order of magnitude: an unlawful taxpayer subsidy running to support Democrat electioneering purposes.”

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The Center for Renewing America (CRA) filed two complaints — the first against Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan and the second against the groups Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR) and National Vote at Home Institute (NVAHI) — Thursday morning with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

The complaints, obtained by FOX Business, allege that Zuckerberg and the three groups were involved in a scheme to inject nearly $500 million into the 2020 election in order to “throw it” to President Biden. Biden ultimately defeated former President Trump, winning key swing states Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

The CRA noted that federal law prohibits individuals from making donations intended to illegitimately aid one political party over another.

The complaints said the IRS must deny any personal income tax exemptions collected by Zuckerberg and Chan for their donations to the CTCL, CEIR and NVAHI during the 2020 election cycle. The CRA also requested that the IRS terminate the tax exemptions of the three groups.

The CRA added that it’s “rubbish” to suggest that Zuckerberg and Chan hired Plouffe to help local governments on a non-partisan basis.