How Facebook Stole Your Voice and Your Vote

Mark Zuckerberg used hundreds of millions of dollars to manipulate the election outcomes of 2020.

Zuckerberg donated $250M to the Center for Tech and Civil Life (CTCL), according to several left-wing media outlets including Vox and NPR, who basically coronated him for meddling in state elections.

Somewhat baffling is that nobody questioned the intentions of a non-profit entity that had a minimal annual budget, and then was instantly flush with cash. According to Charity Navigator, the annual budget for CTCL was a mere $1 million until Zuckerberg’s infusion of $250 million.

CTCL used those funds, mostly in swing states, to place ballot drop boxes that had no chain of custody logs. In a document by The Elections Group, a 2020 start-up group, CTCL goes as far as advising local officials on how and where to place these boxes in a manner that seems to leave them almost certain to be corrupted.

In early August, in an article that expressed skepticism of ballot drop boxes, even the Washington Post warned that these boxes needed to have a strict chain of custody record.

That did not happen in several areas, however, as lawsuits piled up. One example is in Wisconsin, where the Trump Campaign filed a lawsuit naming CTCL and several elected officials as defendants in a case alleging directives by the Wisconsin Elections Commission that facilitated the unlawful, un-manned absentee ballot drop box plan by endorsing illegal drop boxes (which were then ultimately used throughout the State in the election); and then failing to adopt uniform chain of custody and security protocols for the ballots in the drop boxes and failing to ensure public access to the process.

To put all of this simply, your Facebook user activity drives profits for Zuckerberg, who donated hundreds of millions of those dollars to a non-profit most had never before heard of, who used those funds to conspire with elected officials in swing states to place ballot drop boxes with no chain of custody protocols.

Many may ask, “where is the proof that there was no chain of custody?” To that I answer simply, it is nearly impossible to prove the non-existence of something. That logic is like asking someone who doesn’t believe unicorns exist to prove that they don’t exist. It is absurdly flawed logic. But, still I tried. While most states like Wisconsin have laws and rules in place requiring chain of custody logs, I was not able to obtain even one page of one log from the entire state.

As if their aggressive censorship of your free voice wasn’t already repugnant enough, Facebook used you to steal your own vote, too.

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