Forget homelessness, Sarasota charity tackles Arizona voter fraud

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Wearing a cutout of Donald Trump's face, Jeff LeBaron of Bradenton attends a rally for former President Donald Trump at the Sarasota Fairgrounds on July 3, 2021. DANIEL WAGNER / HERALD-TRIBUNE

Yeah, yeah, so the world has a few problems. Like the virus, earthquakes and terrorists overtaking countries. Big deal. You want a problem? Try losing an election you won. Now that’s a problem. Show a little compassion, will you?

Forget helping the homeless and hungry, thank goodness a charity exists with its priorities straight. One like the America Project, based right here in Sarasota, of course, and in the true spirit of spreading benevolence throughout humanity, its desire is to have the 2020 election overturned and Donald Trump restored to the presidency.

The America Project, registered in Florida as a charity, has given $3.25 million to Cyber Ninjas, the controversial Sarasota computer security company conducting an audit of 2.1 million ballots in Maricopa County, Az.

Patrick Byrne, the former CEO of and one of the America Project’s founders, said during an internet interview on something called The Daily 302 that he thinks results of the Ninjas’ meticulous work on behalf of the nation will be revealed this week. Fraud will be found, he predicts, and enough that 13 to 20 other states will conduct recounts as well.

Wearing a cutout of Donald Trump's face, Marc DiMaggio of Punta Gorda attends a rally for former President Donald Trump at the Sarasota Fairgrounds on July 3. DANIEL WAGNER / HERALD-TRIBUNE

The America Project registered as a charity with the state of Florida on June 18, and nowhere in its mission declaration does it mention donations go toward funding an audit in Arizona, which may be a violation of Florida statute depending on interpretation.

The charity lists 8388 S. Tamiami Trail as its address, which is a UPS store in Sarasota. Cyber Ninjas, which is being investigated by top Democrats on the House Oversight Committee, lists a UPS store on Fruitville Road.