A New Documentary Exposes Zuckerberg’s $400-Million Campaign to Elect Biden


    Rigged: The Zuckerberg-Funded Plot to Defeat Donald Trump, a recently released 40-minute documentary, blows the lid off the efforts of tech billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, together with left-wing operatives to ensure President Donald Trump didn’t win a second term during the 2020 federal election–under the pretense of aiding in the fight against the threats of the Chinese coronavirus epidemic. The leftists basically poured money from private sources into the election process, creating a fake mass of people who would vote for Biden, a candidate whose popularity levels fell during the entire election campaign, leading to jokes about the former vice president living inside his basement.

    In all, Zuckerberg spent $400 million in 2020, just $61 million less than the $461 million that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) spent in 2019 and 2020.

    The riveting documentary reveals how left-wing activists sprayed “Zuck Bucks” in various regions across the nation to influence the outcome of the election. All of this information is recorded through 990 forms that non-profit organizations have to file with the IRS.

    Particularly, the film “traces the river of cash flowing from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) to a pair of 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations, the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) and the Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR).” It is interesting to note that this Chan Zuckerberg Initiative happens to include a variety of well-connected Democrat actors, including former President Barack Obama's campaign manager, David Plouffe, whom the press release refers to as its “Strategist in Residence.” Joel Benenson, the chief strategist for the failed presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, also conveniently worked as an adviser for the institute.

    The CTCL that received around $328 million of Zuckerberg money was awarded approximately 2,500 grants throughout the United States. While the team of Zuckerberg has asserted that Trump areas received more funds than Biden areas, the documentary, however, clarifies the reasons why this claim can be “enormously, and perhaps purposely, misleading, because of the approximately 160 grants of $400,000 or more–totaling some $270 million–an incredible 92 percent of those funds went to jurisdictions carried by Joe Biden in 2020.”

    Democrats used the coronavirus pandemic to bring in new voting regulations under the pretense of public security, and this is precisely the premise that “Zuck Bucks” also operated under, since they were supposedly designed to help with a “safe administration of public elections” during the course of the pandemic. This cash was funneled to Democrat strongholds and also key swing regions in the name of addressing the pandemic's demands. But that wasn’t the goal they set out to accomplish.

    “This is all about the great intention of, hey, we're gonna make it more secure,” Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry says in the documentary, pointing out that hardly any of the money was used for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). “We're gonna make it more safe. We want to make sure that people feel comfortable coming to the polls, but that's not what they ended up doing.” 

    Instead, the states used the funds to promote Democrat goals, such as universal mail-in voting and ballot drop boxes, as two examples. Also, the money was used to generate an artificial buzz for Joe Biden. The money went to almost every state–48 of 50, which includes Democrat strongholds. The documentary claims that this strategy of dropping money into states that Biden was certain to win (California) and likely to lose (Texas) “reveals that a secondary aim of the plan was to score a public relations victory by padding Biden's popular vote tally, in the event that he lost narrowly in the Electoral College.”

    In essence, “Zuck Bucks” ultimately “pressured” governmental entities to adopt these radical Democrat strategies to reform the electoral process, urging mail-in ballots and increasing the number of drop-off boxes for ballots and ballot drop boxes, both of which are seen as a “rampant invitation” for fraud, according to Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX). In the end, the film points out that the coronavirus served as the “perfect cover” for Zuckerberg's money to invest in the crucial battleground states, thereby fulfilling the Democrat maxim of not ever letting a good crisis go to waste.

    Additionally, the film concentrates on three battleground states that Biden defeated by narrow margins: Wisconsin, Arizona, and Georgia.

    CTCL disposed of $860,000 of its funds in Kenosha, Wisconsin, for instance, and $1.2 million between Green Bay and Madison, $1.7 million in Racine as well as $3.4 million in Milwaukee. The documentary also reveals it was $5.1 million of Zuckerberg’s funds that went to Arizona. Additionally, four difference-making counties–Maricopa, Pima, Apache, and Coconino–received nearly 76 percent of the grants, and all were carried by Joe Biden, according to the release. In addition, Biden was able to win Arizona with less than half a percent, or less than 11,000 votes.

    Perhaps the most shocking thing is that the $50 million in grants provided by the two organizations, CTCL and CEIR, were given directly to the Peach State of Georgia. The majority of CTCL funds within the state were devoted to areas controlled by Biden. The consent decree approved by Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger undercut the process of ensuring that absentee signatures matched on ballots. It also limited the ability to challenge contested ballots.

    “In my mind, they were clearly rigging the election,” former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said in Rigged. “I'm not convinced that the election was stolen on Election Day. I think the bigger story was that across the whole country for months, there was an effort to rig the election to make it virtually impossible for Trump to win.”

    “We'll follow the money and uncover the startling facts behind Election 2020,” Citizens United’s president, David N. Bossie, who is the documentary’s narrator, declared. “In order to answer the question once and for all: What happened? And to ensure it never happens again.”

    Former President Trump, who is featured in the documentary, remarked it was clear that Zuckerberg was “putting [out] money under the guise that he's going to open up the election,” which he deemed “crap.”

    “That's all crap. Not gonna open it up. He's closing it. He's making it impossible for a Republican to win,” the Republican former president said.

    The film is designed to raise awareness of the power of Zuckerberg’s impact and that of leftist operatives enjoyed during the 2020 presidential election by pulling strings in the background and employing the pandemic crisis as a distraction so as to bring about Trump’s fall.

    “He should totally be held accountable,” Trump states in Rigged. “And he should never be allowed to do it again. And nobody else should. It was a rigged election. People have to find out what happened, and they have to hold people accountable.”

    The film will be shown at Trump's “Winter White House,” Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida, on April 5, 2022. Viewers can watch the film following the premiere on the websitewww.Rigged2020.com.


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