Docs: Censorship Org Got U.S. Tax Exemption With False Info

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A foreign left-wing organization that worked to de-platform The Federalist was inappropriately declared a U.S. tax-exempt non-profit operating in the public interest, a recent investigation found. According to Racket News on Wednesday, the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH), a disinformation group based in the United Kingdom, provided false information to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to escape taxes on donations.

“The status allows donors to CCDH to treat donations as a write-off and indicates that US authorities have determined the organization is involved in non-profit activities in the public interest,” Paul Holden writes for Racket. The CCDH has been integral to the left’s dystopian censorship regime and “gained renown during the pandemic for efforts to remove the so-called ‘Disinformation Dozen’ from Internet platforms, a group that included Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.”

IRS documents Holden obtained show CCDH claimed to the U.S. agency that it was a registered …

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