I have some good news, and some bad news….
After the debut of the film “Rigged: The Zuckerberg Funded Plot to Defeat Donald Trump”, Zuckerberg has changed his tune….He and his wife will no longer directly fund elections at the local level.
While this is great news, here is the bad news: Zuckerberg plans to divert the funds to provide ‘technology’ and consultation to electorates all across the nation, so he can continue to subvert our election process.
We have been here before… ‘Technology’ is one of the primary ways the 2020 election fraud was perpetrated…
The idea that this clown would be allowed to take part in any election initiatives after what he did in 2020 is criminal.
Here’s more on the story:
A spokesperson for Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, confirmed to The Washington Times that the couple will not provide funding that would be distributed to help operate election offices this year or any other year. #TWTFrontPagehttps://t.co/Iw8ZoMO7nw
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) April 13, 2022
In 2020, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, spent more than $400 million to influence elections across the country.
— The FGA (@TheFGA) April 13, 2022
According to Western Journal:
Just one week after Bossie and Citizens United Productions released the new film “Rigged” and exposed Zuckerberg’s plot, the center said it will not be handing out such grants this time around.
BREAKING: Mississippi GOP Governor Tate Reeves has signed election integrity legislation banning American oligarchs from subversive election funding/grants including Zuckerbucks
“Across the country Zuckerberg injected over $400M into specifically chosen counties pic.twitter.com/wobMUAE1Uh
— Annie C (@Annie6774) April 5, 2022
The Zuckerberg Model Of Private Election Funding https://t.co/2ZYnaEy6m2 "What exactly happened? Zuckerberg spent nearly $400M to turn the official election offices in counties and cities around the country into partisan Democrat voter turnout and ballot curing operations."
— Richard Holcroft (@CoastGuy02) April 10, 2022
ABC News explains:
“Unfortunately, years of underinvestment means many local election departments often have limited capacity and training.
The U.S. Alliance for Election Excellence is bringing together world-class partners so that local election officials no longer have to go it alone,” said Tiana Epps-Johnson, CTCL’s executive director, who announced the new program at the TED2022 conference.