Source: NwoReport

Even well-informed Conservative groups who studied the Center for Technology and Civic Life and its impact on the 2020 election tend to drastically understate the far-Left partisan leanings of its founders and administrators.

The nonprofit CTCL used roughly $350 million from Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg to fund local election offices. Most of the funding went to Democrat-run districts and functioned as a major get-out-the-vote effort.

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The group’s key directors are far-Left radicals who have repeatedly expressed contempt for the rule of law in U.S. elections, and bitter contempt for Conservative politicians and the tens of millions of Americans who vote for them.

Social media research conducted by The Federalist shows that CTCL grew from the seeds planted in the fever swamp of Leftist election activism known as “RootsCamp 2012.” Since then, CTCL leaders have universally allied themselves with

far-Left causes. These include; Critical Race Theory, Critical Legal Theory, and the “defund the police” movement, and have publicly and repeatedly slandered Conservatives — and even middle-of-the-road Liberals — as irredeemable, dyed-in-the-wool “fascists.”

RootsCamp was billed as “a progressive conference featuring field organizers, data wranglers, and digital strategists” from Obama for America, the AFL-CIO, Arizona’s Adios Arpaio campaign, Marylanders for Marriage Equality, and other

progressive organizations, many of whom were apprenticed over the years by the host of RootsCamp, the infamous New Organizing Institute.”

In an article for Mother Jones, Tim Murphy wrote: “The names of the sessions alone tell the story: “Unf-cking Elections with Data”; “Memeification of Rapid Response Social Media Fast & Furious”; “How to generate 1000 tweets using segmented email blasts.” The New Organizing Institute was conceived as “operat[ing] in perpetual election mode grooming Democratic field operatives across the country.”

These “field

operatives” include the same people who founded CTCL and determined its supposedly “nonpartisan” agenda and grant policy during the 2020 election.

On December 2, 2012, Whitney May, Christina Sinclaire, and Tiana Epps-Johnson, who would later go on to found and manage CTCL, hosted their very own RootsCamp panel in Conference Room 144c.

They expressed their objectives in “colorful” coded language, such as “BDSM the Vote.” BDSM refers to a sexual fetish and implies control, humiliation, and forced submission. It remains virtually unclear precisely what is involved in this particular fetishization of

elections, and whether or not elections should be conducted on the basis of mutual respect and the rule of law.

They used the hashtag #aggressiveprogressives, a pro-Bernie Sanders label that is most closely associated with the popular Left-wing and rabidly anti-Trump media site “The Young Turks (TYT).” May, Sinclaire, and Epps-Johnson’s words suggest an overall disdain for election law, their political opponents, and the norms of election Administration, along with their intent to disrupt the standard election process to promote “Progressive” ideals.