It’s always those who scream the loudest.
That’s the case with Greenwich Representative Town Meeting (RTM) member Scott Kalb, who came out strongly in favor of taking a controversial $500,000 grant from Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) during the January 17th, 2023, RTM Meeting in Greenwich, CT.
He submitted and signed his name to a group letter that falsely asserted, “the [CTCL] grants are NOT political in nature, have nothing to do with undermining the integrity of our elections, and cannot be used to influence or bias election outcomes.” The letter further claimed there were no strings attached with the grant, and assured there would be proper oversight. Presumably just like in 2020?
The signers, including Mr. Kalb, screamed in bold text, “we should not allow discredited conspiracy theories and fear mongering about rigged elections... to take root in our town and prevent us from accepting a lawful and welcome grant to upgrade our election infrastructure.”
Then Trump derangement syndrome took over, and Mr. Kalb’s group letter alleged that any claims CTCL funds were used to “steal the election” from Trump in 2020 were unfounded, and that lawsuits against Zuckbucks were frivolous.
He’s also part of New America, a “think and action tank” that’s composed of more than 150 thought leaders and community activists who want to reshape America according to their own progressive vision. The group’s funding comes from the usual suspects, including The Rockefeller Foundation, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and others. The son of George Soros, Jonathan Soros, served on the Board from 2012 through 2018, alongside other notable members including Alphabet CEO Eric Schmidt.
Clearly, Mr. Kalb, who uses "he/him" pronouns according to his Linked In Profile, is doing his part to promote the globalist narrative in Greenwich, and help usher in the Great Reset.
But do the residents of Greenwich realize they have a WEF globalist in their midst? Are they aware of the destructive “one world” agenda that WEF has in store for America? Or are they happy to march down the path to their own 15-minute city while foolishly believing a budget-doubling grant has no strings attached?