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The Carter Center, which is US government, foreign government, and privately funded, produced inane propaganda for the 2020 US Election, that appears more innocuous than it may actually be. Even if it were innocuous, it is a waste of money. Thus, it provides further evidence of why Trump was right in his attempts to reduce USAID funding, as the Carter Center is a recipient. Scroll down and see if your country was listed as a Carter Center donor in their 2019 report. The 2020 annual report isn’t online. Do you think that Ireland, for instance, really has extra money to waste? Nigeria? There are also 11 Anonymous donors, who have given more than $1 million to the Carter Center. Pfizer, GSK, Johnson and Johnson, and Google are among those who have given more than $1 million to the Carter Center. So, too, has BASF chemical company, which also is the majority owner of Germany’s Wintershall, a partner to Gazprom for Nord Stream 2, as well as in Libya, and surely elsewhere. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms is a Councilor, Ex Officio, of the Carter Center, as is Georgia Governor Brian Kemp. Isn’t this a conflict for Georgia elections? Indeed, even the notorious Peter Daszak of EcoHealth gave between $10,000-$24,999 to the Carter Center for 2018-19.

So, how much was the Carter Center involved in the US 2020 election? Isn’t this foreign interference in the US elections, and from Anonymous donors? Even if the donors earmarked the donations for something else, it still contributes to the overall function of the Carter Center and allows other donations to go to this.

Did this Carter Center consultant, who was found dead, participate in the US elections, before the Ethiopian ones?

Carter Center Social Media Analyst Consultants for Election Observation Missions; Social Media Consultant for Ethiopia Found Dead on Election Day Morning; Carter Center Did “Voter Education” for US 2020 Election

The Carter Center Board includes Hugo Shong, Co-Chairman of IDG Capital. According to the IDG web site, Shang “brought IDG Capital to China in 1993, making it the first global investment firm entering the Chinese market.” https://archive.md/wFiOC

In the Carter Center “voter education” for the US elections (propaganda), we see statements about the results being slow, and that all ballots be counted, rather than all legal ballots; statements claiming that there are systems in place to prevent fraud that work, and even an apparent subtle reference to the UN-World Economic Forum “Build Back Better” theme. The UN is actually a donor to the Carter Center. See the Carter Center “voter education” social media info at the bottom of this blog post. While the similar IRI/NDI were on our radar, the Carter Center was only to the extent that it worked closely with IRI/NDI. Considering that Carter was accused of declaring that President Aristide of Haiti lost in 1990, until people protested, it should have been on our radar. If we recall correctly, the Carter Center is alleged to have chosen Marc Bazin for Haiti’s president in 1990.

One of the Carter Center “voter education” videos:

Link: https://youtu.be/ux6SInPb0sA

Compare the above (and below) inane propaganda to the much better 1976 Carter campaign “working man” theme, “the Grin will Win”, “Why Not the Best?”, and to Jimmy Carter wearing blue jeans in the White House, wearing a sweater to save energy and putting solar panels on the White House. In the late 1970s, wearing blue jeans in the White House was considered radical.

See the US voter education social media pieces, at the blog post bottom. Is this all that they did? Or were they more active on social media, as they apparently are in other countries?

Trump tried to reduce wasteful USAID funding. The Carter Center is among those fattening at the US taxpayer trough (USAID, NIH).
Carter Center Works to Educate US Voters” By Kane Farabaugh October 31, 2020 03:14 AM, VOA News “But after U.S. intelligence agencies documented foreign interference in the 2016 U.S. election and predicted a repeat in 2020, the Carter Center concluded their international experience might help at home by focusing on voter education….” https://archive.is/lDz6P

Peter Daszak and the Wuhan lab also got USAID funding, via a UC Davis program run by Mazet: Between 2009-2019, USAID “PREDICT”, headed by JK Mazet at UC-Davis, gave $1.1 million to Wuhan Institute of Virology via Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance. NIAID funding to Wuhan Institute of Virology from FY 2014-2019 was $826,277. This, alone, totals $1,926,277. Why is no one calling out Mazet-UC Davis? https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2021/06/11/usaid-predict-nih-gave-1-9-million-to-the-wuhan-wiv-lab-through-daszak-ecohealth-alliance-daszak-talks-china-partners-work-on-killer-viruses-biden-admin-plans/

Assessing The Impact Of Trump’s $450 Million Freeze On Aid.” https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2019/09/17/761266169/trump-froze-aid-to-guatemala-now-programs-are-shutting-down

Whether or not due to poor judgement/naïveté, the Carter Center, itself, was arguably corrupted from the beginning. https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2021/06/24/jimmy-carter-the-carter-center-and-bcci-aka-bank-of-crooks-criminals/

Before looking at the lifetime million dollar plus donor list, let’s see the Carter Center Founders, which include BCCI owner Agha Hassan Abedi, Edgar Bronfman, Armand Hammer, W. Avril Harriman: “Armand Hammer was an American business manager and owner, most closely associated with Occidental Petroleum… He was known as well for his… his close ties to the Soviet Union.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armand_Hammer Hammer was connected to the stepfather of Tony Blinken, Sam Pisar. Harriman was also connected to the Bush family, the Soviet Union and the Nazis.

They don’t even try to hide the connection with BCCI. From their 2019 report:
The Carter Center and the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum were built in large measure thanks to the early leadership and financial support of the Carter Center founders.

Agha Hasan Abedi Senator Hajime Akiyama Ivan Allen III Dwayne O. Andreas Arthur and Diana Blank Richard C. Blum W. Michael Blumenthal Edgar M. Bronfman Sr. James C. and Connie Calaway Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Carlos Anne Cox Chambers Warren Christopher Dominique de Menil Charles W. Duncan Jr. His Majesty King Fahd of Saudi Arabia J. B. Fuqua Roberto C. Goizueta Walter and Elise Haas

Armand Hammer Sidney Harman and Jane Frank Harman, Esq. Governor and Mrs. W. Averell Harriman Jess Hay Christopher B. and Patricia K. Hemmeter Philip M. and Ethel Klutznick Mathilde and Arthur Krim George P. Livanos Fraydun Manocherian G. William Miller Guy W. Millner George P. and Cynthia Mitchell Set Charles Momjian David Packard George and Thelma Paraskevaides

Allen E. Paulson Lamar and Frances Plunkett John and Betty Pope James D. Robinson III Hasib J. Sabbagh Deen Day Sanders Ryoichi Sasakawa Walter H. and Phyllis J. Shorenstein Richard R. Swann R. E. “Ted” Turner Robert and Ann Utley Edie and Lew Wasserman Thomas J. Watson Jr. Milton A. Wolf Robert W. Woodruff Tadao Yoshida Erwin E. Zaban


Anonymous (11)

AFLAC International Japan

Mr. and Mrs. Gaby A. Ajram

Al Ansari Exchange

Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor Foundation

Ambassador and Mrs. Philip H. Alston Jr.

Alwaleed Philanthropies

The Annenberg Foundation

Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development

Lord and Lady Michael A. Ashcroft


Estate of Marjorie K. Balazs

BASF Corporation

Kingdom of Belgium

The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation

Ms. Diana Blank

Mr. Richard C. Blum and The Honorable Dianne Feinstein

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Brown

The Howard G. Buffett Foundation

Mr. Warren E. Buffett

Mr. Ronald W. Burkle

CAF – Development Bank of Latin America

Callaway Foundation

Government of Canada

Margaret A. Cargill Foundation

Carnegie Corporation of New York

The Honorable Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter

The Jimmy Carter Inaugural Trust

The Annie E. Casey Foundation

CDC Foundation

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Children’s Investment Fund Foundation UK

Clarke Cares Foundation/Clarke Mosquito Control

The Coca-Cola Company

The Coca-Cola Foundation

Ms. Caroline Cooley Browne

Cox Interests

Crabby Beach Foundation

Mrs. Dominique de Menil

Mr. Michael G. DeGroote

Delta Air Lines

The Delta Air Lines Foundation

Government of Denmark

Mr. Dermot Desmond

Mr. and Mrs. Pete Docter

The William H. Donner Foundation

Du Pont

Estate of Mark Eisner Jr.

The Elfenworks Foundation

The END Fund

The Charles Engelhard Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Engelke

Engelke Family Foundation

Environmental Systems Research Institute

European Union

Mr. Frederick J. Eychaner

Mr. Stefan Findel and Ms. Susan Cummings-Findel

The Ford Foundation

Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom

Mr. Paul Francis and Ms. Titia Hulst

The Franklin Mint and Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund

Freedom House

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fuqua

Mr. and Mrs. David H. Gambrell

David Gambrell Endowment Fund

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Georgia Power Company

Georgia Power Foundation

The Federal Republic of Germany/ Deutsche Gesellschaft Für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

Ms. Joanne G. Gimbel

Global Affairs Canada

Global Health Council/Gates Award for Global Health



Estate of Claus Halle

Dr. Sidney Harman and The Honorable Jane Frank Harman

William Randolph Hearst Foundation

Mr. Christopher Hemmeter and Mrs. Patsy Hemmeter Epp

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

Conrad N. Hilton Foundation

The Home Depot

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hughes

John C. and Karyl Kay Hughes Foundation

Humanity United

Dr. John P. Hussman and Mrs. Terri Hussman

The John P. Hussman Foundation

Estate of Frances and Arthur Hyde

IBM Corporation

Inter-American Development Bank

International Research & Exchanges Board

Government of Ireland/Irish Aid

ITOCHU Corporation

IZUMI Foundation

Government of Japan/Japan Social Development Fund


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Johnson & Johnson

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kapelovitz

W. K. Kellogg Foundation

The Kendeda Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Kiani

The Thomas M. Kirbo and Irene B. Kirbo Charitable Trust

Mrs. Joan B. Kroc

Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development

Dr. Anne P. Lanier


Lions Clubs International Foundation

LUI Che Woo Prize Limited

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Henry K. McConnon

Merck & Co., Inc., Kenilworth, N.J. USA

The P. D. Merrill Charitable Trust

Mr. John J. Moores Sr.

Rebecca B. Moores

Estate of Peter A. Morgan

The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation

His Highness General Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, in honor of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed, the President of the UAE

Government of The Netherlands

Newpeak Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Nichols Jr.

Government of Nigeria

The Nippon Foundation

Nippon Keidanren

Noor Dubai Foundation

Government of Norway

Sir Emeka Offor Foundation

The Sultanate of Oman

Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Omidyar

The OPEC Fund for International Development

Open Society Foundations

Palantir Technologies

Pfizer Inc

Precision Fabrics Group

Francis I. Proctor Foundation

His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said

Qatar Fund for Development

Mr. John W. Rendon Jr. and Ms. Sandra L. Libby

River Blindness Foundation

The Rockefeller Foundation

The O. Wayne Rollins Foundation

Mr. Gerald A. Rosenthal

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Rubenstein

Mrs. Deen Day Sanders

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Bakr M. BinLadin for the Saudi BinLadin Group

The Saudi Fund for Development

Mr. Hugo X. Shong/IDG Capital Partners

Walter H. and Phyllis J. Shorenstein Foundation


The Skoll Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Brent L. Slay

Carlos Slim Foundation

Ms. Cherida C. Smith

Southern Company

Stanard Family Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. James N. Stanard

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore R. Stanley

The Starr Foundation

Stephens Inc.

Government of the Republic of Sudan

Government of Sweden/Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA)

Government of Switzerland

Turner Foundation

Government of The United Arab Emirates

Government of the United Kingdom

United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID)

United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)

United Nations Development Programme

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali

United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

United States Department of State

The UPS Foundation

The U.S.-Middle East Partnership Initiative

Walton Family Foundation

Mr. Holland M. Ware

Estate of Patricia Warren

Estate of Grace Westcott

Joseph B. Whitehead Foundation

The Willow Springs Foundation

Robert W. Woodruff Foundation

The World Bank

World Health Organization

Estate of Goldie Woserau


Dr. Ellen H. Yankellow and Mr. William E. Chapman

YKK Corporation

Mr. Tadahiro Yoshida

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$100,000+ Anonymous (13) The Ajram Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gaby A. Ajram Bright Horizon Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Brown Mr. Willard B. Brown Business Elites Club Margaret A. Cargill Foundation The Children's Investment Fund Foundation UK China-United States Exchange Foundation Clarke Cares Foundation/Clarke Mosquito Control The Coca-Cola Company Ms. Caroline Cooley Browne Estate of Suzan L. Costantini Crabby Beach Foundation The William H. Donner Foundation Estate of Mary Dee Dupont Mr. John D. Eder Mr. and Mrs. Paul Einbinder Mr. David Elkes The Elkes Foundation The END Fund Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Engelke The European Union Mr. Stefan Findel and Ms. Susan Cummings-Findel The Ford Foundation Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom Freedom House Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Estate of Robert P. Gery Ms. Joanne G. Gimbel Global Affairs Canada Estate of James M. Hayden Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hoag John C. & Karyl Kay Hughes Foundation The John P. Hussman Foundation Dr. John P. Hussman and Mrs. Theresa K. Hussman Government of Ireland/Irish Aid IZUMI Foundation Estate of Lee Kapelovitz The Kendeda Fund Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Kiani Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development Ms. Linda M. Lasley The Estates of Will and Muriel Lidsker Lions Clubs International Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Fariborz Maseeh

Mr. and Mrs. Henry K. McConnon Patrick J. McGovern Jr. Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jim McNamara Merck & Co., Inc., Kenilworth, N.J. USA The P. D. Merrill Charitable Trust Mr. John J. Moores Sr. Estate of Ann Nania Government of The Netherlands Noor Dubai Foundation Mr. Steven E. Nothern The OPEC Fund for International Development Patient Safety Movement Foundation Pfizer Inc Francis I. Proctor Foundation Qatar Fund for Development Mr. Gerald A. Rosenthal RTI International Mr. Hugo X. Shong/IDG Capital Partners Sightsavers Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Sullivan Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency Task Force for Global Health/ Coalition for Operational Research on Neglected Tropical Diseases (COR-NTD) Task Force for Global Health/ International Trachoma Initiative (ITI) Mr. C. H. Tung UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID) United States Agency for International Development (USAID) United States Department of State University of South Florida Estate of Grace Westcott

$50,000–$99,999 Anonymous (5) BASF Corporation Robert and Joan Blackman Family Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Robert Blackman Mr. and Mrs. James E. Bridges Mr. Wang Boming/Caijing Magazine Casey Family Programs Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Caves CB International Bank Mr. Thomas G. Chin

Mr. Jeffrey A. Dean and Ms. Heidi Hopper Mr. and Mrs. Pete Docter Estate of E. Louise Frederick Gabriel Lewis Galindo Foundation George Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William W. George Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Haddock Jr. Mr. R. Todd Hagemeyer William R. Hoch Family Foundation Inc Dr. Jeanne Hoch Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Humphrey Mr. and Mrs. Ward Kaiser Fred and Flora Khosravi The Thomas M. Kirbo and Irene B. Kirbo Charitable Trust Mr. Charles H. Kirbo Jr. Frank S. and Julia M. Ladner Family Foundation Mrs. Julia M. Ladner Manaaki Foundation Masimo Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. McCarthy Microsoft Corporation Rudy & Alice Ramsey Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Keith H. Randall Estate of Leda Rapp Mr. John W. Rendon Jr. and Ms. Sandra L. Libby Rock Paper Scissors Foundation Ms. Cherida C. Smith Mr. Stephen E. Still Ms. Jenny B. Stoddard Government of the Republic of Sudan Tull Charitable Foundation Waterfall Foundation The Willow Springs Foundation Ms. Bickley C. Wilson Mr. David Douglas Wilson and Mrs. Melody Wilder Wilson The Wilson Family Foundation World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH), Qatar Foundation

$25,000-$49,999 Anonymous (4) Mr. Terrence Adamson and Ms. Edith Holiday Estate of Robert Alders Mr. and Mrs. James H. Averill Jr. Ms. Kathleen M. Bader Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Barry Mrs. Wilma Baumgartner Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Beckstead

Mr. Thomas C. Bishop BNY Mellon Charitable Gift Fund Drs. Steven and Barbara Burrall CAF — Development Bank of Latin America Ting Tsung and Wei Fong Chao Foundation Mr. David Chapin Mr. and Mrs. Ross M. Cooper Dr. Arnold R. Cowan and Rev. ChristineAnne C. Cowan Mr. Alan Davis and Mrs. Mary Lou Dauray Davis/Dauray Family Fund Delta Air Lines Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Edgerley Estate of Arthur F. Fiermonti Betty and Davis Fitzgerald Foundation J. B. Fuqua Foundation Mr. J. Rex Fuqua Georgia Department of Human Services Roger and Brenda Gibson Roger and Brenda Gibson Family Foundation Mr. Robert L. Glass Mr. Nicolás González-Revilla Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Goodwin Donald G. Goodwin Family Foundation, Inc Government of Bermuda Mr. and Mrs. Steven F. Hauser Mr. Gordy F. Hellenbrand Estate of Susan Hill Mr. Jerre A. Hitz International Development Research Centre Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Jenkins Jr. Dr. Shawn P. Jorgensen and Dr. Stephanie E. Jorgensen Mr. Walid H. Kattan Mr. Philip D. Kearns and Ms. Grace E. Ray Estate of David Kirk Estate of Esther P. Knierim Kwoh & Pong Foundation Ms. Cassandra Kwoh Ms. Lan M. Leyerer Mr. Guillermo Liberman LifeStraw Mr. Edward Magarian Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Moores Mr. Stanley Motta The National: International Media Investment Mr. Kent C. Nelson and Ms. Ann Starr Estate of Amos L. Norris
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This report reflects donations made during the Carter Center's fiscal year: Sept. 1, 2018 – Aug. 31, 2019.

The P Twenty-One Foundation Ms. F. Taylor Pape and Mr. Haddon Hufford Dr. Corey and Mrs. Ellen Pavitt Estate of Janet M. Pierce Mr. Fernando Poma Estate of Mary E. Powers Rogers Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Ryan Estate of Bernice L. Schaefer Mr. and Mrs. David W. Scheible The D & M Scheible Family Foundation The John and Kathleen Schreiber Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John Schreiber Mr. and Mrs. Brent L. Slay Estate of William and Marga Smolin Mr. and Mrs. John P. Squires Mr. and Mrs. James N. Stanard James M. and Cathleen D. Stone Foundation Mr. Chade-Meng Tan Tan Teo Charitable Foundation Mr. Greg Teeters Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Turner UPR Info Mr. Paul E. von Kuster III Dr. and Mrs. John D. Welch West Star Foundation Dr. Stephen Wheeler and Dr. Patricia Wheeler The World Bank Mr. and Mrs. Timothy D. Zeak

$10,000-$24,999 Anonymous (10) Mr. John B. Adams Dr. and Mrs. Heinz Aeschbach Mr. S. Decker Anstrom and Ms. Sherron L. Hiemstra Mr. and Mrs. Karl E. Bakhtiari Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Balint Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Barrow III The Robert J. Bauer Family Foundation Mr. Richard Bauer Estate of Barbara Baumgardner Estate of Kathleen M. Beer Beightler Squires Charitable Trust Benson Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Benson Mr. Richard Berkins Dr. and Mrs. Peter C. Block Ms. Susan F. Blumenberg Young Boozer Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Alan J. Brattesani Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Brewer

The Virginia and Charles Brewer Family Foundation Ms. Jan W. Briscoe Ms. Katherine K. Brobeck Mr. Charles Kent Brodie Ms. Donna Brown Alvin I. & Peggy S. Brown Family Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. J. Chris Brown Bruce Family Limited Partnership Ms. Terri D. Bullock Dr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Burmeister Mr. Christopher A. Calhoun Dr. and Mrs. George H. Callcott Estate of Margaret J. Canavan Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Cannon Mr. Sherman B. Carll Thalia & Michael C. Carlos Foundation Cherokee Foundation Chick-fil-A Foundation The Ching Family Ms. Karen M. Clark J. Lyell Clarke, Ph.D. Mr. John R. Clifford Dr. and Mrs. W. Randall Cline Clinical Resources Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Coleman Confederation Capital Partners Limited Mr. and Mrs. John H. Costello III Ms. Ellen Covairt and Mr. Bernard R. Kalscheuer Dr. Frank A. Critz The Honorable and Mrs. John H. Dalton Dr. Peter B. Danzig and Ms. Lava Thomas Dr. and Mrs. Sita K. Dash Mr. and Mrs. Lynn R. Davis Mr. and Mrs. David Dawson Dr. and Mrs. Clayton Dean Ms. Nancy A. Deering Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Denning Mr. and Mrs. David B. Dillard The Dillard Foundation The Edgar O. Dixon Charitable Trust Ms. Phyllis Dixon Mr. Eugene Z. Djeu Mr. Charles M. Doyle and Ms. Jocelyn A. Holash Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Duncan Jr. Mr. Douglas Dunn and Mrs. Donna Gaab Walter and Ursula Eberspacher Foundation Mr. Walter Eberspacher

The Eccles Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eccles The Elfenworks Foundation+A210 The Ellis Foundation The EOS Foundation Trust Mr. Joseph W. Evans Mr. and Mrs. L. Reade Fahs Mr. Paul S. Fan and Ms. Lai-Sang Young Mr. Michael G. Feinstein and Ms. Denise Waldron Ms. Sara J. Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Russell Foszcz Mr. and Mrs. James C. Free Mr. and Mrs. Charles French Full Circle Foundation Ms. Evelyn K. Fulmer GA Dept of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Estate of Joseph Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. David H. Gambrell David Gambrell Endowment Fund Dr. Paul W. Gerke The Federal Republic of Germany/Deutsche Gesellschaft Für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) Drs. David and Lynn Gill Mr. and Mrs. John A. Gilmartin Mr. Taylor Glover Estate of Peter Goddard Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Gorman Mr. and Mrs. Donal Grogan Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grzedzinski Ms. Violet Haelterman Mr. and Mrs. Floyd C. Hale Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Hampton Dot & Lam Hardman Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Hubert L. Harris Jr. Ms. Janet L. Harshberger Mrs. Francis W. Hatch Mr. Rick Meeker Hayman Mr. J. William Hernandez Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Hickey Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Hill Mr. and Mrs. John K. Ho Ms. Alice Houseknecht Alice and Jaclyn Houseknecht Foundation Dr. Matthew and Linda Hulbert Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hurt Ms. Christine Hurtsellers Institute of American Studies Elizabeth Jardina and Brian Stoler D. Jared Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Johnston

Mr. Chris Jones and Mrs. Barb Jones W. M. Keck Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Kerns Mr. Jayant Sadashiv Khadilkar and Ms. Manjushree R. Karkare Mr. and Mrs. David Kirkpatrick Estate of Ursula Knaeusel Mr. and Mrs. Robert Koran Dr. Wayne A. Kradjan and Mrs. Carolyn L. Kradjan Mr. David LaChapelle The Robert and Vivian Lamb Fund Ms. Sherry Lansing Mr. Michael Lebowitz Mrs. Judith C. Lee Ms. Elizabeth A. Liebman Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Limbach Estate of Joanne Lincoln Ms. Judy Lockyer Mr. Stephen Lockyer Dr. Martha Losch Dr. Willa Dean Lowery Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. Lyon Estate of Helen J. Maas Dr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Maas Mr. Steven Maass Mr. Robert Marsh Mrs. Bok Yon Mauras Mr. Michael McClain and Ms. Kathleen Quinn Mrs. Lynne R. McClendon Mr. John D. McElheron and Ms. Jo-Ann P. VanReeuwyk Mr. and Mrs. James M. McKinney Ms. Susanne O. McMillan Estate of Rudolph Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Miller Milner Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James Milner Misty Meadows Foundation Ms. Dorothy J. Moore Mr. David C. Morse Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Motes Dr. and Mrs. Glen Murphy Ms. Lee Ann Myers Natembea Foundation National Association of Chinese-Americans Newman's Own Foundation Nicholl Family Foundation Ms. Teresa A. Nicholl Mr. and Mrs. John D. Nichols Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell E. Northrop III Mr. and Mrs. Gary Norton Father William Olesik Mr. Kenneth Olivier and Ms. Angela Nomellini

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Mr. and Mrs. Eric Olsen Jack & Marye O'Malley Foundation Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael O'Malley Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Ormiston Mrs. Dorothy B. Padgett Ms. Kathryn L. Patrick Mr. Peter J. Petkas Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Petroulas Mr. Robert Pew and Ms. Susan Taylor Drs. Lew and Winfred Pinch Mrs. Nan Powell Ms. Kathleen Quinn Dr. Russell B. Rainey and Dr. Cheryl A. Rainey Mr. and Mrs. Kurt N. Rathjen Mr. Wendell S. Reilly and Ms. Mary Laney Mr. Tilman Reinhardt Ms. Anne Martin Reynolds Robert M. Rogers Investments Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Rogers The Rotary Foundation Estate of Ernest W. Rothfelder Mr. Doug Rottman

Rottman Family Charitable Foundation Ms. Catherine S. Roy Dr. Selma H. Rutenburg The Sage Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Floyd C. Sanger Jr. Mr. Zachary B. Sank Mrs. Harold H. Saunders Mr. Robert L. Schmerker Dr. David T. Schreiner Ms. Jennifer L. Scully Mr. John Scully Dr. Robert Scully Ms. Doris J. Seely Robert A. Sherman & Gloria Sherman Family Foundation Mr. Robert A. Sherman Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Shevlin Mr. and Mrs. Gregory R. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Smith Mr. David C. Smith Estate of Edith B. Smith Dr. Forrest Ann Smith Richard O. and June C. Smith Fund Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence P. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith-Dewey SoapBox Soaps Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Southall John and Polly Sparks Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James A. Squires Mrs. Mary Ellen Stachnik Ms. Patricia C. Stein Mr. Edward Stern and Ms. Claudia Hearn The Claudia Hearn and Edward Stern Foundation Dr. and Mrs. James F. Stevenson Mr. David Stoppelman Mr. and Mrs. John Strange Suggs Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Sidney V. Suggs Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Teutsch Ms. Lorraine M. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Thomas Andrew Tobias Ms. Diane Trombetta SD Trombetta Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd S. Troyer Turner Enterprises Two or More Foundation

UBS Optimus Foundation The UPS Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Royall Victor III Mr. David R. Virden Mr. and Mrs. Ronald K. Wackowski Mr. Bruce Wahle Ms. Donna M. Warnken-Brill Ms. Gwendolyn P. Weiner Sarah R. Wetherbee Charitable Trust Mr. Michael J. Wetherbee Mr. and Mrs. Harold White Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Wilson Dr. Joseph N. Wilson and Dr. Selma P. Wilson Brenda and Wade Woodson Ms. Joanne Woodward Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Woodworth Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mark Wright Wrocklage Family Charitable Foundation Ms. Lynne E. Wrocklage Mr. and Mrs. Todd Yankee Dr. and Mrs. Cary Yeh Ms. Margaret A. Young
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You can get the original link in the archive. If we ping back, they may move it around. Just search for Carter Center Annual Reports, if you can’t otherwise access it. While this came from the original, we accidentally did one backspace delete while formatting, so a letter may be missing someplace.

Based on the interviews, cited in the VOA article, there is an abuse of Carter’s good will. What he is saying seems to be very different from what the Carter Center is saying and doing. And, of course, there must be a wide variety of people in this large organization with a wide variety of motives – some good, and maybe some not good.

Carter Center Works to Educate US Voters By Kane Farabaugh
October 31, 2020 03:14 AM
CHICAGO, ILL – When former president Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, launched the Carter Center in 1986, one objective was promoting peace and democracy around the globe. 

As part of that mission, the Carter Center became a leading election monitoring organization, observing more than 110 contests in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.

“We’ve always worked for peace around the world, but we’ve always ignored the United States,” Carter told Voice of America in an exclusive 2019 interview. 

That same year, during a “Conversations at the Carter Center” event, he told an Atlanta audience one country that wouldn’t qualify for his center’s election observation mission… is his own.

Among the reasons:  judging the fairness of elections is a monumental task in a nation like the United States, where all 50 states have differing laws and rules for voting and counting ballots. 

“The Constitution basically says that each state is independent and that’s why we have such a diverse way of conducting elections,” Carter told the crowd.

“We don’t have a uniform way to mark ballots, count ballots or anything else.” 

But after U.S. intelligence agencies documented foreign interference in the 2016 U.S. election and predicted a repeat in 2020, the Carter Center concluded their international experience might help at home by focusing on voter education.  

“The decrease in public trust in the electoral process was something that was a real concern to us,” said Avery Davis-Roberts, an associate director in the Carter Center’s Democracy Program. 

“A majority of Americans don’t have trust in the election,” she said. “We’re seeing real issues around political polarization. We’re seeing sort of long-standing tensions around race bubble up to the surface much more explicitly this summer and all of these issues sort of coincided for us.” 

This, Davis-Roberts added, is why her program is now engaged in an unprecedented public information campaign educating Americans about casting absentee ballots and mail-in votes, a record number of which were requested this year because of the coronavirus pandemic. 

“This is an unusual election for the United States,” Davis-Roberts said during a recent Skype interview. “We haven’t in my lived experience had an election like this before. We are all kind of learning as we go.”  

The Carter Center recently joined the Georgia Bipartisan Task Force on Safe, Secure, and Accessible Elections and is “offering expertise and guidance” to officials in the state, where voters are not only casting ballots for a president but also two U.S. senators.  

The center is also offering training for journalists that includes information on international election standards and transparency, and is conducting a series of virtual conversations to promote better understanding about voting. 

But Davis-Roberts emphasizes the Carter Center is not officially observing the 2020 U.S. election.  

“We’re not going to be making an overall statement on the degree to which the entire electoral process met international standards as we might in other countries where we are able to deploy a large-scale systematic observation mission.” 

Transparency and patience

She says the center’s U.S. initiative aims to promote transparency, and patience.  

“No election is perfect. All elections have issues,” she explained. “When people understand how the election process works, it helps them to set their own expectations about the process and with that you can build confidence in the overall administration of the election process. We want all of the votes to be counted, we want to know that every voice is heard. We have to be patient and let that process unfold.” 

The Carter Center’s U.S. initiative is also part of what former president Jimmy Carter hopes will be a greater role for his organization at home. 

“We’ve also got to try to be the number one nation in the world, not only in peace but also human rights, and environmental quality, and the treatment of everybody as equals, no matter what their religion might be or what their party might be,” said the former president.” https://www.voanews. com/2020-usa-votes/carter-center-works-educate-us-voters https://archive.is/lDz6P
Notice how they are spinning what Jimmy Carter said. He didn’t say that they should be dealing with US elections. He is on record as saying the opposite.

Carter Center US 2020 elections voter education for social media:

What happened to this? Was it merely propaganda too, or was it heartfelt?