On December 17, 2020, we reported about how the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society, a national constitutional litigation organization, released a 39-page report, alleging that Zuckerberg’s $500 million given to election officials in 2020 was used to treat voters unequally and to improperly influence the election for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

The bulk of the funds went to the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), a nonprofit started by former managers and staff at the New Organizing Institute, a progressive nonprofit.

According to the report, the nonprofit earlier this year “began sending agents into states to recruit certain Democrat strongholds to prepare grants requesting monies from” it.

“The provision of Zuckerberg-CTCL funds allowed these Democrat strongholds to spend roughly $47 per voter, compared to $4 to $7 per voter in traditionally Republican areas of the state. Moreover, this recruiting of targeted jurisdictions for specific government action and funding runs contrary to legislative election plans and invites government to play favorites in the election process.”

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For example, the center gave $100,000 to Cory Mason, the mayor of Racine, Wisconsin, to recruit four other cities to develop a plan and request a larger grant from it. Those five cities submitted such a plan in June and received $6.3 million to implement it.

That kind of privatization of elections “undermines the Help America Vote Act (HAVA), which requires state election plans to be submitted to federal officials and approved and requires respect for equal protection by making all resources available equally to all voters,” the report states.

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Election and data experts have stepped forward to provide evidence they say proves voter fraud in multiple swing states. USPS whistleblowers have stepped forward to share their stories of how ballots were either found in ditches, backdated, or even missing. Hundreds of poll challengers, a Dominion contract employee, and others, have filed sworn affidavits ranging from claims of intimidation and threatening behavior by election workers to voter irregularities to claims of outright fraud.

So, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is being accused of unfairly affecting the outcome of the election in favor of Democrats. Now, according to Disclose TV, Facebook has announced that they are purging all content with the phrase “Stop The Steal,” a commonly used phrase that questions the integrity of the election, from their platform.

ABC News’ Social Media reporter Evan McMurry reported about Facebook’s warning.

Facebook has demanded over and over again that they are not a publisher, yet here we are being warned by Facebook that they will determine which views their users are allowed to express on their platform. Hmmm…that sure sounds like the role of a publisher.

A December 3, 2020, NPR/Ipsos poll found a whopping 33% of all respondents believe voter fraud helped Biden win the 2020 election, 67% of Republicans said the same. 28% of Independents and 11% of Democrats also believe that voter fraud was the reason Joe Biden won the election. This would have been MAJOR news across every mainstream media outlet if the reverse was happening and over one-third of the nation believed that Donald Trump was re-elected because of massive voter fraud.

We’re pretty sure that telling over one-third of America that their views don’t matter and that Facebook will remove any content they share that supports those views is not going to go over well with Facebook users.

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