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Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg knew the state of Georgia would be crucial in the 2020 presidential election. So it should come as no surprise that he spent large swaths of money there to help Joe Biden.
The film Rigged exposes Zuckerberg’s plan to use his wealth to benefit the Democrats during the election. It’s out right now and you can get your copy here for just $4.99.
The Georgia Democratic Party claimed in a November 2019 legal action that minorities are disproportionately affected by measures to ensure ballot integrity.
The party eventually reached a settlement with election officials in March 2020 tightening requirements for signature matching on ballots.
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While this consent agreement was intended to clarify standards for signature matching and help ensure all ballots are valid, Citizens United president David Bossie said in Rigged that the agreement had the opposite effect.
“Because the Zuckerberg-funded plan was at work to activate state polling stations to increase the number of absentee ballots, mail-in ballots and dropboxes in heavily Democratic areas, the consent decree limited the ability to contest contested ballots,” Bossie said.
The Consent Decree did not eliminate the requirement for signature matching, but it did change the type of signatures to be used for matching. In December 2020, South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsay Graham explained how this became a major problem.
Were these developments in Georgia decisive?
Yes: 100% (254 votes)
No: 0% (0 votes)
“[2018 Democratic gubernatorial candidate] Stacey Abrams tricked the Republican leadership in Georgia into a consent decree that basically messed up the signature verification system so you compare the vote signature to the application signature,” Graham said loudly The hill. “You are the same person who committed the fraud.
“You should compare the signature on the ballot, the signature on the envelope on the ballot, with a signature that was there before the application was made. She changed that.”
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To compound the problem, Bossie explained, Zuckerberg gave Georgia an unprecedented amount of money to expand mail-in and mail-in voting.
“Georgia received $50 million of Zuckerberg’s money, more than any other state in the country, and 94 percent of it [the Center for Tech and Civic Life]’s funds in Georgia went to jurisdictions that Biden carried,” Bossie said.
To recap, Zuckerberg spent the vast majority of $50 million expanding mail-in voting in Democratic areas. That alone would elicit a huge number of votes from the Democrats, and the Republican areas were not given the same opportunity.
To make matters worse, the consent decree called into question the signature comparison. That means it’s been a lot harder to verify that this new influx of Democratic mail-in ballots was even valid.
Considering Biden won by less than 12,000 votes Across the state, it’s not hard to see how these actions could have tipped the scales for Democrats.
Ex-President Donald Trump made his thoughts on these developments abundantly clear in the film.
“Look, in my opinion, it’s corrupt,” Trump said. “It’s not fair, shouldn’t be allowed, probably isn’t allowed. …
“If someone is allowed to spend $417 million without recourse and you later read long after the election is over that the vast majority of it went to the Democrats, I mean, why isn’t that a violation of the law?”
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https://www.westernjournal.com/rigging-exposed-zuck-spent-mind-boggling-amount-georgia-enough-buy-12k-votes-trump-lost/ Zuck spent an incredible amount in Georgia, more than enough to buy the 12,000 votes Trump lost