For weeks now, Facebook has been censoring content that casts aspersions on the electoral process. If you dare to posit legitimate procedural inquiries, your posts will be flagged and tagged with a warning message.

However, what if that isn’t the end of Facebook’s election disinformation campaign? What if CEO Mark Zuckerberg was involved in more than simply censoring your Facebook posts?

An explosive new piece written by former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell alleges that Zuckerberg directly funded election fraud in a massive, yet-to-be-uncovered scandal. If true, all the actions of Big Tech regarding the election have to be viewed as a part of a broader more intricate plot that would be…well…criminal.

Read for yourself. The following is an abridged version of Blackwell’s piece he wrote for Breitbart:

“Under the pretext of assisting election officials conduct “safe and secure” elections in the age of COVID, Zuckerberg donated $400 million — as much money as Congress appropriated for the same general purpose — to nonprofit organizations founded and run by left-wing activists. The primary recipient was the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), which received the staggering sum of $350 million. Prior to Zuckerberg’s donations, CTCL’s annual operating expenses averaged less than $1 million per year. How was Zuckerberg even aware of such a small-potatoes operation, and why did he entrust it with ⅞ of the money he was pouring into this election cycle, despite the fact that it had no prior experience handling such a massive amount of money?…

Zuckerberg and CTCL left nothing to chance, however, writing detailed conditions into their grants that dictated exactly how elections were to be conducted, down to the number of ballot drop boxes and polling places. The Constitution gives state lawmakers sole authority for managing elections, but these grants put private interests firmly in control…

The left didn’t put all of its eggs into the CTCL basket, though. High-ranking state officials simultaneously took significant steps to weaken ballot security protocols, acting on their own authority without permission or concurrence from the state legislatures that enshrined those protections in the law…

Consolidating the vote-counting tied the other efforts together. Instead of a manageable number of ballots being transported to small offices and counted in the immediate presence of observers from both parties, truckloads of ballots were brought to a single location, inevitably resulting in confusion and commingling of ballots from various sources. Securing those ballots from the time they left voters’ hands to the time they were officially counted should have been the top priority of election workers, but it’s not even clear whether there were logs kept identifying which ballots were delivered by which trucks and when. If such logs even exist, they have not been disclosed…

It’s impossible to know exactly what happened, because Republican observers were denied meaningful access to the process — and in some cases literally locked out of the counting rooms while election workers obscured the windows with cardboard.

These election workers, it should be noted, were paid directly by CTCL’s grants. These supposedly impartial arbiters of our electoral process are supposed to work for the people, but they were on Zuckerberg’s payroll.”

What a coincidence…or is it? As the investigation into what really happened on the night of November 3rd continues, one thing is clear: there’s a lot more to this story than anyone thought.

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