How the Big Tech used their power and influence to change the outcome of U.S. 2020 election
The year 2020 may mark the beginning of the end of the United States of America as we know it. We live in unique times when the once greatest country on Earth is now being ruled by the big tech, the mainstream media, and college professors who are teaching students to hate their very own country. Unlike its Founding Fathers, the US is now dominated and indirectly ruled by the rich and powerful elites.
America is no longer the government of the people, by the people, for the people. The U.S. is now a country where the elites, through their media apparatus, brainwashed the herd into voting for their chosen candidates. Contrary to what you were taught in high school, the US is an oligarchy, not a democracy. That was the conclusion of a recent study by Princeton University Prof Martin Gilens and Northwestern University Prof Benjamin I Page.
You might ask, what has this got to do with Big Tech companies? Let’s start by looking at what happened a few months before the election. On September 1, 2020, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan donated $250 million to the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL). Zuckerberg is not alone.
According to the Amistad Project, a Chicago-based non-partisan organization, Google, and other big tech companies of funneling millions of dollars through the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) to influence the outcome of the upcoming presidential election. Amistad Project later sued Zuckerberg, Google, and other big tech companies for election meddling and interference in 4 battleground states.
Shortly after the donation was made, CTCL stated its plans to regrant the money to local election jurisdictions across the United States to help them process mailed-in ballots and meet sanitation requirements imposed on polling stations in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the 2020 general election, about 65 million mail-in ballots were cast versus a total of 33.5 million mail ballots cast throughout the 2016 general election.
Using available public records, Amistad Project later found that the 20 largest recipients of the $250 million Zuckerberg donated to CTCL include: the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Delaware County, Pennsylvania; Alleghany County, Pennsylvania; Fulton County, Georgia; Cobb County, Georgia; DeKalb County, Georgia; the city of Detroit, Michigan; the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota; and the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Do these states sound familiar? These are the same states involved in lawsuits due to fraudulent mail-in ballots. In November 2020, the Voter Integrity Fund investigative team analyzed voter data gathered from these states. The group claimed it found evidence of election fraud with mail-in ballot voting. You can read more about the group’s final findings and conclusions.
In September, a few weeks before Center for Tech and Civic Life began distributing the money, multiple lawsuits were filed against the organization in the four states. These lawsuits were filed by the Election Integrity Fund in Michigan, the Minnesota Voters’ Alliance, the Wisconsin Voters’ Alliance, and by a group of candidates and other office-holders in Pennsylvania. The lawsuits argued that the local governments were prohibited by federal law from accepting private federal election grants.
Another lawsuit filed in Michigan claimed that Zuckerberg’s donation gave money to the county and local clerks in the battleground state to print and distribute absentee ballots and mail-in ballots and add drop boxes. The goal was to increase ballots cast “in only certain urban and predominantly Democratic precincts” and “selectively influence the outcome of the 2020 general election,” according to the filing.
Not surprisingly, all four lawsuits were dismissed for various reasons. The judges across all four states rejected the notion that the money would be used to manipulate the election. In the end, that’s exactly what happened.
However, the mainstream media did not see it that way. Just three days ago, NPR wrote a piece that put a positive spin on Zuckerberg’s $350 million donations. In the article titled, “How Private Money From Facebook’s CEO Saved The 2020 Election,” NPR explained with great detail how Zuckerberg’s money helped change the outcome of the election in the four battleground states.
According to NPR, the Center for Tech and Civic Life’s funding came mostly from the $350 million donations from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan. The Center for Tech and Civic Life later gave out the money in the form of grants to more than 2,500 jurisdictions across the United States. In many states, elections are administered at the county level, but in Michigan, Wisconsin, and many New England states, elections are run and funded by cities, towns or townships.” These are the same states that later determine the outcome of the 2020 election.
Facebook went on to say that it “helped” 4.4 million people register to vote in the U.S. 2020 election.