Facebook Boss Spent $419 Million to Influence 2020 Election

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Different factors were responsible for how the 2020 general election turned out. Voter suppression, media manipulation, the pandemic, and alleged manipulations played a significant role in the final results of the election.

However, a new investigation by New York Post has shown Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg exploited a legal loophole to support the election of Democrat candidates.


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Make no mistake. The election wasn’t stolen; it was only bought by one of the wealthiest men in the world. He did so by funding “non-partisan” non-profit organizations, which, in turn, funded local government elections.

According to the analysis conducted by NYP’s researchers, the money was instrumental in swinging the vote in Joe Biden’s favor.

How Mark Zuckerberg Exploited the Loopholes

The Facebook CEO targeted two non-profit organizations named the Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR) and The Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL).

He donated up to $419.5 million to these organizations. CTCL and CEIR then passed these funds into local government elections offices, and as you might have guessed, the money came with conditions.

For all money from CTCL and CEIR to the election offices, there are strict conditions for spending. CEIR and CTL were not interested in lobbying, traditional campaign finance, or any other expenses involving modern-day elections. Instead, the goal is to infiltrate election offices at the county and city level by left-leaning activists.

These activists then use the offices to enact data-sharing agreements, voting methods, and administrative practices they prefer. Aside from that, they also ensure intensive outreach campaigns are launched in areas with a high population of Democrat voters.


Mark Zuckerberg was able to pull this off because funding of elections is traditionally the function of government. Rules for public institutions and employees don’t bind private organizations, as they cannot be monitored via mechanisms like open record requests.

In light of this, Zuckerberg was able to fund election offices to create a bias that favored Democrat voters over Republican voters.

Some Activities of Organizations Impacted the Election

CTCL helped promote mail-in voting and extension of deadlines that favored mail-in voting over in-person voting. This, in turn, left greater opportunities for expensive bulk mailings and ballot curing. Besides, it is also not news that Democrats had the better voter percentage with mail-in voting.

CTCL helped increase the proliferation of private drop boxes that were not monitored. Moreover, this move created significant chain-of-custody problems that made it possible to submit questionable post-election-day ballots.

Likewise, CTCL helped fund temporary poll staff and workers who supported the infiltration of election offices by activists on the Democrats’ payroll. All of this was coordinated through a web of social media election influencers, social media platforms, and non-profit organizations.

Both CTCL and CEIR were responsible for an 85% increase in additional funding during the 2020 election. Research shows the majority of these funds were concentrated in areas with more Democrat voters.

Even though both CEIR and CTCL are supposed to be non-partisan organizations, their actions show otherwise. They were able to use Mark Zuckerberg’s money to exploit legal loopholes to create an unfair advantage for Democrats in the 2020 election.