HOW ZUCK BOUGHT THE 2020 ELECTION

HOW ZUCK BOUGHT THE 2020 ELECTION
31 de ene. de 2022 · 7m 13s

HOW ZUCK BOUGHT THE 2020 ELECTION Previous Article: https://gorightnews.com/how-zuck-bought-the-2020-election/ https://www.spreaker.com/user/peterboykin/how-zuck-bought-the-2020-election A stunning new analysis of tax disclosures reveals how much Mark Zuckerberg funneled $350 million dollars into key swing states...

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HOW ZUCK BOUGHT THE 2020 ELECTION

Previous Article:
https://gorightnews.com/how-zuck-bought-the-2020-election/
https://www.spreaker.com/user/peterboykin/how-zuck-bought-the-2020-election

A stunning new analysis of tax disclosures reveals how much Mark Zuckerberg funneled $350 million dollars into key swing states during the 2020 election and how that money disproportionately funded turn-out efforts in Biden-friendly districts. We reported on this last month, but new details show just how lopsided it was.

First things first: Zuckerberg funneled his Zuck-bucks through a nonprofit company called the Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL).

According to InfluenceWatch.org, CTCL is:
a left-learning election reform advocacy group that pushes for Democrat voting policies. Its founders were part of the now-defunct "New Organizing Institute" which the Washington Post described as “the Democratic Party’s Hogwarts for digital wizardry."

Seems like an unbiased arbiter, right... 😒

Where the money went: According to the CTCL's 2020 tax filings, it received $350 million in Zuck-bucks. which it distributed to 2,500 election departments in 49 states during the 2020 campaign. Here's how they distributed that money in a few key swing states, between Trump districts and Biden districts:

Pennsylvania: $22 million:
Trump counties: $1.73 million (7%)
Biden counties: $20.8 million (83%)

Georgia: $45 million
Trump counties: $2.6 million (6%)
Biden counties: $42.4 million (94%)

Arizona: $5 million
Trump counties: $671,000 (13%)
Biden counties: $3.9 million (75%)

Michigan: $16.8 million
Trump counties: Incomplete data
Biden counties: $14.6 million (86%)

Discrepancies like this don't happen by accident. Even the RINO editorial board over at the Wall Street Journal conceded: "There are good questions about how CTCL spent money... even under the purest motives, private election funding is inappropriate and sows distrust."

[Source: You can read the full, in-depth report from the Capital Research Center]

https://gorightnews.com/how-zuck-bought-the-2020-election-2/

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