United States

Nonprofits received $419,5 mn of Zuckerberg money ahead of 2020 election

13:19, 14 October 2021
Nonprofits received $419,5 mn of Zuckerberg money ahead of 2020 election Photo: Julien Mattia/ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press

Mark Zuckerberg has considerably increased the success of  US President Biden as The Federalist has revealed that the Facebook CEO supported the presidential campaign by funding millions of dollars.

“He funded a targeted, private takeover of government election operations by nominally nonpartisan - but demonstrably ideological - nonprofit organizations,” the report says.

An analysis conducted by The Federalist indicated that the transmitted money increased Biden’s vote margin in crucial states. The results of voting in Georgia showed that Biden overcame his political rival by 12,000 votes and in Arizona by 10,000, allegedly with the help of this money, according to the outlet.

Biden’s political opponent Trump has been pushing towards the idea of a fraud, repeatedly claiming that the results have not depicted the truth of the 2020 presidential election. However, the election seemed to have been bought as one of the wealthiest and most powerful men found a legal way to make use of hundreds of millions in Biden’s favor. The alleged sum of $419,5 millions was passed by the Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) and The Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR) right into governmental election offices. 

“The amount of additional money these groups poured into election offices in Democrat-voting areas was truly staggering. To put it in perspective, federal and state matching funds for COVID-19-related election expenses in 2020 totaled $479,5 million,” says the report.

“The CTCL and CEIR money totaled $419,5 million.” 

Every CTCL and CEIR grant included the established rule of how the grant money was to be used.

“Of the 25 grants CTCL provided to cities and counties in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas and Virginia that were $1 million or larger, 23 went to areas Biden won in 2020. One of the two countries won by Donald Trump, Brown County, Wisconsin, received about $1,1 million - less than 1,2 percent of the $87,5 million that CTCL provided to these top 25 recipients,” the outlet revealed.