Mark Zuckerberg is hell-bent on shutting down conservatives.
The public is getting fed up with his meddling.
And he’s sweating bullets after a judge made this shocking allegation.
Mark Zuckerberg isn’t content to just drop the hammer on conservatives on Facebook.
In 2020, he took his efforts into the real world.
The pandemic gave him an unprecedented opportunity to get involved in elections.
Using the pandemic as an excuse, he funneled nearly half a billion dollars to nonprofits and local governments to help them administer elections.
The challenge of running an election during a pandemic was used as cover for him to pour millions into states across the country to help Democrats.
One of the states that was a recipient of his “Zuckerbucks” was the battleground state of Wisconsin.
President Trump lost the state by roughly 20,000 votes under questionable circumstances.
In Wisconsin, Zuckerberg funneled $9 million to a left-wing nonprofit the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL).
CTCL under the guise of helping voters and local election officials during the pandemic, operated as a get out the vote operation for heavily Democratic areas in the state.
The CTCL head is a leftist who spent time in the Obama Foundation.
Now, a bombshell report reveals the extent that election integrity was violated.
Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Voss authorized an investigation into election integrity led by retired state Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman.
He released a report with numerous troubling allegations about how election integrity was subverted.
Gableman found that the $9 million from Zuckerberg violated the state’s election bribery laws.
The $9 million was sent to five heavily Democratic cities the report calls the “Zuckerberg 5” — Milwaukee, Madison, Racine, Kenosha and Green Bay.
The report said that election officials in the Zuckerberg 5 were required by the grant to increase absentee voting and voting in “communities of color.”
Increasing voting in these 5 heavily-Democrat cities meant turning out more Democrat voters.
Wisconsin’s election bribery law says it’s illegal for a city to use private money to “facilitate electors to voting by absentee ballot.”
This is a stunning conclusion by a respected former state Supreme Court Justice.
It provides some of the hardest evidence to date of “questionable” activity in 2020.
Gableman also found that the state and federal equal protection laws were violated by not treating all voters equally with heavily-Democratic voters given special treatment.
Drop boxes for mail-in ballots were used in violation of state election law according to report.
Perhaps, most troubling was that election law was ignored in nursing homes with some reporting 100% turnout.
Fortunately, states around the country are pushing back against such potential election interference in the future by banning private money being used to facilitate elections.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.