Many questions remain about the 2020 election.
But one undeniable fact is that Joe Biden got unbelievable support from establishment power players.
Now, a new film release forced one stunning tactical change on Joe Biden’s 2020 white knight after he thought he had the perfect influence racket.
The 2020 election was tipped in Joe Biden’s favor because of hardball tactics the Republicans couldn’t see coming.
For example, the so-called mainstream media absolutely refused to cover Hunter Biden’s “laptop from hell” scandal as well as other damaging stories about the Biden crime family.
Another factor in the election was the unprecedented amount of cash Mark Zuckerberg spent in swing states to help election officials that just so happened to have a liberal bias.
The “Zuck Bucks” played a key role in states like Wisconsin where a Zuckerberg-affiliated attorney essentially oversaw vote-tallying.
But Zuck Bucks will not be used in the 2022 and 2024 elections amid backlash from Republicans and conservative groups.
The Daily Mail reported that “the nonprofit that distributed most of the $350 million in donations from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to election offices in 2020 stated that it won’t disburse similar donations this year after backlash from conservatives suspicious that the contributions tilted the outcome of the presidential race toward Joe Biden. Instead, the Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) announced on Monday that it is launching a different program. Dubbed the U.S. Alliance for Election Excellence, the $80-million, five-year effort is aimed to create a network for the nation’s thousands of local election officials, who can apply for aid to improve their technology and processes.”
Zuck Bucks came under heavy scrutiny after investigators determined how the money was used.
David Bossie, president of Citizens United—the group behind the new documentary Rigged: The Zuckerberg-Funded Plot to Defeat Donald Trump—called the concession from Zuckerberg a “major victory.”
Bossie narrated the documentary that delved into the intricate web of how Zuckerberg’s money was allotted.
Bossie added, “The Zuckerberg money turned what should be neutral government offices into ground game field offices, effectively, for the Biden campaign. It’s wrong for any private individual to undermine the independence of elections offices, and the announcement that it will stop is an admission that we’re right. Hopefully, the media will not wait to give this the attention it deserves, like they did when they suppressed the story about Hunter Biden’s laptop.”
While the announcement is a step in the right direction, there’s no telling what trick the Democrats will pull in the upcoming elections.
Republicans will have to do all they can to overcome whatever advantages Democrats’ Big Tech pals try to enact.
CTCL already announced the $80 million initiative to improve the networking capabilities of election officials.
That’s certainly something Republicans should keep an eye on.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.