How Zuckerberg BOUGHT 2020 Vote
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Quite apart from all the actual fraud, the election of Biden/Harris was corrupted even before it began by a torrent of oligarch money which handed huge numbers of extra votes to the Democrats. The role of various George Soros NGOs in this is well known, but now a new study has shown that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg “bought” the 2020 election with hundreds of millions dollars in funding.
In a report published this week by The Federalist, researcher William Doyle of the Caesar Rodney Election Research Institute (CRERI) said new research from CRERI shows that election funding funneled by Zuckerberg and his wife through two non-profits “significantly increased Joe Biden’s vote margin in key swing states.”
“The Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) and The Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR) passed a staggering $419.5 million of Zuckerberg’s money into local government elections offices,” wrote Doyle, a former chair in the Department of Economics at the University of Dallas.
“The massive influx of funds essentially created a high-powered, concierge-like get-out-the-vote effort for Biden that took place inside the election system, rather than attempting to influence it from the outside,” Doyle said. “We call this the injection of structural bias into the 2020 election, and our analysis shows it likely generated enough additional votes for Biden to secure an Electoral College victory in 2020.”
Using a machine-learning algorithm, CRERI estimated that the Facebook founder’s spending increased Biden’s vote total by about 200,000 votes in Texas alone. Though the difference wasn’t enough to flip the state blue last year, grant money from CTCL and CEIR may have pushed Biden over the top in other swing states, Doyle said.
“Our preliminary results in Georgia and Wisconsin suggest a similar impact on Biden’s vote margin from CTCL spending,” he said. “And spending in those states was likely large enough and targeted enough to have shifted them into Biden’s column.”
Joe Biden was certified the winner of the Georgia presidential election by just 11,000 votes and of Wisconsin’s election by around 20,000 votes.
“We have good reason to anticipate that the results of our work will show that CTCL and CEIR involvement in the 2020 election gave rise to an election that, while free, was not fair.”
‘Shadow’ election system
According to Doyle’s report, the “Zuckerbucks” fueled a ‘“shadow’ election system with a built-in structural bias that systematically favored Democratic voters over Republican voters.”
Grants from Zuckerberg’s favored non-profits rivaled federal and state COVID-related election expenses, Doyle explained, with CTCL and CEIR together accounting “for an 85 percent increase in total additional election funding — and that largess was concentrated in a relatively small number of heavily Democratic municipalities.”