ZUCKERBERG'S ELECTION🚨

1/ Funded by $350 Million from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, activist organizations created a two-tiered election system that treated voters differently depending on whether they lived in Democrat or Republican strongholds.🔻

2/ Mark Zuckerberg was invited into the counting room, and the American people were kicked out. 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.🔻
3/ In Michigan, $5,939,235 was awarded to jurisdictions where Clinton won & $402,878 where Trump won.

In Pennsylvania, $13,063,828 for Clinton and $692,742 for Trump.

CTCL hidden COVID-19 grant agenda was to increase the votes for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.🔻
4/ Zuckerberg money & money from other "leftist" organizations totaled $500M, while the Federal Government only appropriated $400M for the 2020 election. This effectively created a "two-tiered election system" and a "shadow government" running our elections.🔻
5/ WISCONSIN🚨

The “Wisconsin Safe Election Plan” was not authored by the state. Effectively, CTCL managed the election in these five cities.

•Promote no voter ID "indefinitely confined"
•Drop Boxes breaching chain of custody
•Consolidating counting centers🔻
6/ MICHIGAN🚨

Election officials hired & trained by CTCL failed to provide meaningful bi-partisan observation. They gave direct access of state voter files to "leftist" groups like 'Rock The Vote'. Thousands of ballots were cured without oversight from bipartisan observers.🔻
6/ PENNSYLVANIA🚨

CTCL paid election judges & election officials in Philadelphia mandated polling places & drop boxes.

In Democrat Delaware County, there was 1 drop box every 4 square miles.

In 59 Republican counties, there was 1 drop box every 1,100 square miles.🔻
7/ GEORGIA🚨

Fulton County allowed private access directly to government voter registration files & access to early voting opportunities.

CTCL-funded counties had drop boxes every 14 square miles while unfunded counties had drop boxes every 294 square miles.🔻
8/ DROP BOXES🚨

Zuckerberg-money initiated the use of drop boxes for ballot collection, significantly breaching the chain of custody & failing to maintain proper logs to ensure all properly cast ballots were counted & all improperly cast ballots were not counted.🔻
9/ ZUCKERBERG'S ELECTION🚨

Zuckerberg's charity, CTCL, paid for election judges, purchased the drop boxes, ordered the consolidation of the counting facilities, paid the election officials that boarded up the windows, & dictated the policies that undermined state law.🔻
10/ Americans know there was election fraud. Americans saw Zuckerberg's "sporting arena election centers" with observers using binoculars anywhere from 10ft to 200ft away from the ballots. Election officials even admitted that they violated state laws in contested states.🔻
11/ AMISTAD PROJECT🚨

Mahalo to @PhillDKline for fighting for election integrity as a private citizen and compiling this report on how private funds enabled election fraud in several key states.🔻
https://t.co/ekl5es8AnO
12/ Further reading on how CTCL (founded by a former fellow of the Obama Foundation) created a two-tiered election system. Impartial election officials are supposed to work for the people, but in the 2020 election, they were on Zuckerberg's payroll.🔻
https://t.co/uGA5yeCEwB

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There is overwhelming evidence of election fraud in all contested states. Therefore it is the duty of the Executive, Legislative, & Judicial branches to throw out the fraudulent votes & to honor their oath to protect & defend the Constitution of the USA.🇺🇸🦅


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