Philadelphia election officials are doing all they can to crank up bias in this year’s elections. The latest? Accepting a $10,000,000 cash payment from a Chicago based 501(c)(3) “charitable” organization.

The Center for Tech and Civic Life expects Philadelphia to run elections the way the outsiders in Chicago want the election to be run, or else.

No word if the cash came in a brown paper bag.

We do know the folks in Chicago giving Philadelphia all this cash expect something in return.

Why not? It’s the Philadelphia way.

After all, the city has a long history of kickbacks and payoffs for government officials. There’s a whole wing at SCI Rockview, I am told, reserved for Philadelphia politicians serving their time. 

After all, the city has a long history of kickbacks and payoffs for government officials. There’s a whole wing at SCI Rockview, I am told, reserved for Philadelphia politicians serving their time. 

I’ve heard that Ralph’s even delivers Cavatelli once a month.

Seriously, is this how we want government offices to be run? The $10,000,000 comes with strings attached. The electoral board voted to accept the strings and do what the heavies in Chicago are demanding: structural bias in Pennsylvania elections.

They even drew up a written agreement saying what Philadelphia has to do, and Democrats are thrilled.

Remember, before the $10,000,000 was delivered, Philadelphia’s election budget was $9.8 million. The Chicago cash doubled the budget.

So what does the Chicago family get for their generosity?

The Philadelphia election office is going to do everything it can to ensure that Joe Biden is elected President. That means election drop boxes for mail ballots all over the city. 

The Philadelphia election office is going to do everything it can to ensure that Joe Biden is elected President. That means election drop boxes for mail ballots all over the city. 

Too hard to walk a few blocks to drop a mail ballot in a blue United States Post Office mailbox? No worries, the family from Chicago has that covered.

Can’t find a stamp? Don’t worry about it. That’s covered too. Anything it takes to maximize turnout, that’s what the Chicago family expects from the Philadelphia family.

Don’t forget all the new positions. The elections board is hiring. Philadelphia hasn’t seen a make-work project like this since one former State Senator was remodeling his house.

They are buying new printers, new sorters, new machines, new everything.

All of this raises the question whether the Chicago family is sending envelopes of cash to, shall we say, “redder” counties in Pennsylvania. It turns out red counties in Pennsylvania aren’t getting any cash to juice turnout for Trump. Westmoreland and Lancaster County are going to have to do with just their regular budget. 

Delaware County is also getting cash from Chicago. After all, the family wants as much turnout in Chester as possible.

That’s called building structural bias. The IRS should look into the efforts of the Center for Tech and Civic Life and decide whether it is an exempt purpose to build out election infrastructures deliberately where it helps harvest votes for Democrats.

I’d wager there are documents and records sitting in Chicago that might speak to this bias.

In the old days, we called this the ends justifying the means. We used to teach our children it was wrong. Once upon a time, we taught about fairness, and having a system that was uniform.

Who needs uniformity and fairness when you have an election win? 

J. Christian Adams is the President of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, a national public interest law firm dedicated to election integrity. He is the author of Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department, a New York Times bestseller. @ElectionLawCtr

2 thoughts on “J. Christian Adams: Philadelphia elections juiced with Chicago cash”

  1. Your post is all innuendo and lacking any factual information to support your claims. on what basis do you qualify the 501(c)(3) organization as charitable in quotes? Reading the proposal which you attached there is explicit documentation of the uses fr the money. Please clarify how any of these items can be classified as partisan?

    Mail-in and Absentee and Processing Equipment $5,500,554
    Satellite Election Offices for in-person mail-in voting $2,272,220
    In-person Voting at Polling Places on Election Day $1,321,300
    Secure Dropboxes and related needs $552,000
    Printing and Postage and related needs $370,000
    Total $10,016,074

    Your accusations are spurious until you provide facts.

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