EXPOSED: Mark Zuckerberg, The Founder Of Facebook, And The Team Of Former President Barack Obama Funded A $400 Million Operation To Destabilize Trump

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On Thursday, Republican legislators were angry when a bombshell investigation revealed that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife donated roughly $420 million to charities that supported the administration and infrastructure of the 2020 election, and strongly favored Democrat counties.

Rep. Dan Bishop of North Carolina accused Musk of placing “his thumb on the scale” to help Democrats win last year’s elections. ‘Our elections are not for sale,’ Bishop said DailyMail.com, ‘but Mark Zuckerberg clearly feels differently, as he did everything he could to tilt the scales in favor of Democrats in 2020.’ ‘It’s evident that Zuckerberg and the Big Tech elites meddled more in the previous election than anybody else.’

Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky chastised Zuckerberg on Wednesday for attempting to ‘buy’ Wisconsin for Biden, a key battleground state that was apparently targeted by one of Zuckerberg’s financed groups. ‘Are our elections on the market? Is it possible that Mark Zuckerberg bought the Wisconsin presidential election?’ Paul inquired.

During a press conference, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis criticized Zuckerberg and promoted new election rules he recently signed into law, including a prohibition on ‘Zuckerbucks’ in the state. GOP legislators have slammed Zuckerberg after a stunning article detailing his $400 million gifts surfaced on Tuesday.

Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky chastised Zuckerberg on Wednesday for attempting to ‘buy’ Wisconsin for Biden, a key battleground state that was apparently targeted by one of Zuckerberg’s financed groups. ‘Are our elections on the market? Is it possible that Mark Zuckerberg bought the Wisconsin presidential election?’ Paul inquired.

During a press conference, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis criticized Zuckerberg and promoted new election rules he recently signed into law, including a prohibition on ‘Zuckerbucks’ in the state. GOP legislators have slammed Zuckerberg after a stunning article detailing his $400 million gifts surfaced on Tuesday.

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According to the article, Zuckerberg, 37, and his wife, Priscilla Chan, 36, contributed $419.5 million to The Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) and The Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR).

According to a story published in The Federalist on Tuesday, both CTCL and CEIR used the contributions to provide funding to local governments to establish administrative processes, voting techniques, data-sharing agreements, and outreach activities for the 2020 elections. Mark Zuckerberg, 37, and his wife, Priscilla Chan, 36, invested $419.5 million in two charities that primarily supported Democratic candidates in the 2020 election.

According to the analysis, Biden-winning counties were three times more likely than Trump-winning counties to receive funding from the organizations, and the Democrats were reportedly given a significant boost in key swing states by promoting practices that have historically favored their vote total, such as mail-in voting.

Wisconsin’s Republican state Assembly Speaker Robin Vos has ordered a probe into what exactly Zuckerberg’s funding was used for. One conservative activist questioned whether Zuckerberg’s contributions were even tax-deductible under US law.

On Thursday, American Majority founder Ned Ryun stated on Twitter, “According to all current rules on the books involving 501c3 activity, this is unlawful.” Despite the fact that CTCL and CEIR are both non-partisan groups, the study labels them as “demonstrably ideological” and alleges they both contributed to Joe Biden’s victory in 2020.

According to the Caesar Rodney Election Research Institute, a Delaware-based think tank, Zuckerberg’s money may have helped bring more people to the polls in Arizona, where Biden won by 10,000 votes, and Georgia, where he won by 12,000 votes.

‘We have excellent cause to believe that the outcomes of our study will reveal that CTCL and CEIR engagement in the 2020 election resulted in a free but unjust election,’ stated Dr. William Doyle, the analyses’ principal researcher. ‘The 2020 election was likely purchased with money poured via legal loopholes,’ he says in his analysis.

CTCL received $350 million from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative in 2020, despite the fact that the organization’s budget in 2018 was only $1.4 million. CEIR donated $64.2 million from Zuckerberg’s fortune to 22 states and the District of Columbia.

CTCL allegedly urged that Democrats promote mail-in voting procedures, as well as assist pay poll workers and temporary personnel, as well as the rapid expansion of unmonitored private drop boxes for mail-in ballots. In Wisconsin, the money went toward ‘vote navigators,’ who ‘help voters, perhaps at their front doors, in answering queries… and seeing absentee ballot signatures.’

Zuckerberg’s contributions to the groups came close to matching the $479.5 million in federal and state spending for COVID-19-related election costs in the 2020 election.

Despite the fact that CTCL and CEIR are non-partisan organizations, the Institute’s investigation indicated that the funds were mostly spent on Democratic causes. CTCL awarded $1 million or more in grants to 25 counties in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Virginia, totaling $87.5 million. In the election, Biden won 23 of those counties.

Brown County, Wisconsin, where Trump was elected, received a $1.1 million grant from the foundation, which accounted for only 1.2 percent of the funding distributed among the 25 counties. However, there were significant budget inequities within the county.

The city of Green Bay received about $7 per voter from the Wisconsin Assembly to administer the election, while rural regions received $4 per voter. However, CTCL increased resources in Green Bay, a heavily Democratic area, to $47 per voter, while rural counties hovered at $4. According to the research, similar gaps were discovered in Detroit, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Flint, Dallas, and Houston, among other cities that got substantial funds from the foundation.

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