Mark Zuckerberg “Surrenders” After Documentary Exposes Shady Dealings

( In the forthcoming 2022 midterm elections, the non-profit that played a vital role in distributing Mark Zuckerberg’s $400 million in donations for election operations in critical districts declared it would no longer engage in that activity.
The Center for Technology and Civil Life (CTCL) decided shortly after the release of the documentary film “Rigged: The Zuckerberg-Funded Plot to Defeat Donald Trump” to cease “rigging” the election.
The film claims that the “Zuck bucks” persuaded governmental entities to adopt policies that compromised vote integrity,
The film’s producer, Citizens United founder David Bossie, said it’s a massive issue for them that one week after the video came out, Mark Zuckerberg put his hands up in surrender.
“Obviously, it’s a big victory for the film, “ said Bossie.
CTCL has stated that it would not disburse funding as it did during the 2020 election. Instead, it will focus on an $80-million, five-year initiative to establish a network for the nation’s hundreds of local election authorities, who may seek for funding to upgrade their technology and processes.
CTCL got $328 million from Zuckerberg’s foundation and distributed 2,500 grants around the country. According to the film “Rigged,” 92 percent of those monies went to counties represented by Joe Biden in 2020.
Bossie said that with their video, they wanted to shed light on what Mark Zuckerberg did to support voter turnout operations to elect Joe Biden by investing hundreds of millions of dollars in get-out-the-vote efforts.
According to Bossie, the Zuckerberg money essentially converted what should be impartial government offices into ground game field offices for the Biden campaign.
Bossie feels that any private individual undermining the independence of electoral offices is wrong. The announcement that Zuckerberg will cease dumping money into the election is a recognition that he knows he was dirty.
The filmmaker also said that hopefully, unlike when the information regarding Hunter Biden’s laptop was hidden, the media will not wait to give this the attention it deserves.
The scheme, which Zuckerberg sponsored, was described by Bossie as a Democrat voter turnout effort from the start.
He mentioned that they employed David Plouffe, Barack Obama’s campaign manager, as a “strategist in residence.”
Bossie said that they revealed it was a clear Democrat ground game attempt.
Before the documentary’s publication, a representative for Zuckerberg, Brian Baker, characterized it as neither fresh nor noteworthy. However, Baker said that they had only watched two minutes of the film so far.