Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Spent Nearly Half a Million With Hard-Left Organizations to Help Democrats In 2020 – RedState

Mark Zuckerberg is an extreme-left ideologue. The kind of spending and how it was spent during the 2020 election shows that.

According to the New York Post, Facebook’s CEO dropped nearly half a million dollars that infused ideologically hard-left non-partisan organizations with so much money that it actually increased Joe Biden’s chances of winning by thousands of votes in key swing states:

During the 2020 election, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spent hundreds of millions of dollars to turn out likely Democratic voters. But this wasn’t traditional political spending. He funded a targeted, private takeover of government election operations by nominally nonpartisan — but demonstrably ideological — nonprofit organizations.

Analysis conducted by our team demonstrates this money significantly increased Joe Biden’s vote margin in key swing states. The spending was likely to have helped him win in places such as Georgia where Biden won with 12,000 votes and Arizona where he won with 10,000.

This unorthodox merger of public offices with private resources, personnel and staff is a serious threat to our republic. It should be the main focus of all electoral reform efforts.

As the post’s author, principal researcher at Caesar Rodney Election Research Institute William Doyle notes, the 2020 election wasn’t stolen, it was “likely bought by one of the world’s wealthiest and most powerful men pouring his money through legal loopholes.”

The Center for Technology and Civic Life, (CTCL), and The Center for Election Innovation and Research were the two organizations Zuckerberg invested his money in. After dividing $419.5 million among these groups, the tech CEO then distributed the funds to local governments. The instructions for each donation were very clear from CEIR (CTCL) and CTCL. The focus of these actions being “the infiltration of election offices at the city and county level by left-wing activists” who then use these offices to implement practices and voting methods preferable to Democrats.

According to the Post, these demands were made by the CTCL. They include universal mail in voting using suspended election laws. Extending deadlines for mail vote over in person voting. The proliferation of unmonitored drops boxes and higher wages for Democratic Party members as poll workers. These funds were distributed throughout the country to primarily target battleground states.

22 of the 25 CTCL grants that reached $1 million and more in Arizona and Georgia were given to Biden’s 2020 winning areas. One of the two counties won by Donald Trump, Brown County, Wisconsin, received about $1.1 million — less than 1.2 percent of the $87.5 million that CTCL provided to these top 25 recipients.

The funding gaps are glaring even though Brown County is Wisconsin’s heavily Democrat Green Bay. To manage the 2020 election, Green Bay received $7 from the Wisconsin legislature. Each voter was approximately $4 in rural Wisconsin counties.

CTCL money boosted Democratic-voting Green Bay resource to $47 per vote, while rural areas had the exact same $4 per voter. Similar funding discrepancies were found near Detroit and Atlanta as well in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh. Flint, Mich. Dallas, Houston, Flint, Mich., Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.

The Post’s analysis shows that this infusion of cash and hard-left organizing is what put Biden over the edge in electoral votes and is currently creating a graph to show what the electoral map would have looked like without the interference of CTCL, CEIR, and Mark Zuckerberg.

It is an incredible amount of money. The Post provides some context by comparing this to the $479.5million in matching federal and state funds in 2020 for COVID-related electoral expenses.

This story proves that activist organizations are just as dangerous as the media when it comes to influencing elections, but the source of their funding comes from none other than social media’s most successful tech overlord, Mark Zuckerberg. This dollar amount proves that the bias that infects Silicon Valley is more than just to the left, it’s to the extreme left.

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