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A week after the ‘rigged’ film, Zuckerberg ‘raises his hands in surrender’

Citizens United Chairman David Bossie celebrated the success of the documentary film by Citizens United Productions, Rigged: The Zuckerberg-funded plot to defeat Donald Trumpwhich details how Mark Zuckerberg lost $400 million to campaign efforts to overrule former President Trump and support then-nominee Joe Biden in the 2020 election, recounting Breitbart Daily News that the tech billionaire has already launched his hands in the air “in surrender”.

This week, the Center for Technology and Civil Life (CTCL), the organization partially responsible for distributing Zuckerberg’s $400 million grants for campaign efforts leading up to the 2020 election, said it would cease adopt a similar behavior in the next elections. This announcement comes less than two weeks after the premiere of Riggedwhich shows how much Zuckerberg spent millions to defeat Trump.

It’s “a big deal for us, a week after the movie was released, Mark Zuckerberg is raising his hands in surrender,” Bossie said. “Obviously this is a big win for the film.”

The film itself, Bossie explained, shows how Zuckerberg spent $400 million in the last four months of the 2020 election. While Trump said the election was rigged, Bossie said he became quite obvious that biased media won’t “cover the facts” or tell the truth. He too became frustrated that they seemed to run out of evidence to prove anything and noticed no one was backing the President, so his organization came out and did it themselves, successfully demonstrating how the money from Zuckerberg essentially tipped the scales in favor of Biden. .

He “put his thumb on the scales before Election Day,” Bossie said. “So President Trump never had a chance. He never saw it coming, but he never had a chance.

Bossie provided context to the numbers, noting that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) spent $460 million for the 2020 election cycle over two years. Yet Zuckerberg has spent $400 million in just four months. It’s “amazing” what his money has done, Bossie said, explaining that they managed the money through the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative and donated much of it to the Center for Tech and Civic Life ( CTCL) – “about $325 million”. For more context, this organization’s 2019 budget was just $1 million. Additionally, Bossie noted that the Chan Zuckerberg Institute’s chief strategist was David Plouffe, campaign manager for former President Barack Obama.

That money hit the streets in “big big numbers,” Bossie said, citing 162 grants of $400,000 or more.

“And we explain this in the movie, that a total of $272 million, and of that $272 million, 92% – 92% of it – went to Biden’s districts. This is how you put your thumb on the scale of an election before it happens.

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The greatest concentration of money went to Democratic areas, he said, traveling to urban centers to boost the vote. And Zuckerberg did it, Bossie said, because his friends, supporters and allies “really blamed him for helping Donald Trump get elected in 2016 and beating Hillary Clinton.”

“It was something he had to do to make up for what people perceived in Silicon Valley, that he allowed Donald Trump to become president and they held him accountable. So it’s not something that comes out of nowhere,” Bossie said before praising Breitbart News for bringing the film to light.

“No one in the mainstream media was covering this issue” about the film, he said, noting that conservative outlets, such as Breitbart News, “have driven this over the past week” and educated people. people, adding, “That’s the power of the average conservative today.

Bossie said the battle is not over yet, as it is now critical to analyze how Democratic operatives did it and use the Republican National Committee (RNC), committees and candidates to ensure that this does not happen again in the future. elections. He sounded optimistic, noting that in 2020, “our people didn’t know this was happening.” But now people know.

Meanwhile, Bossie said 12 states are taking action by passing laws banning private funding in elections. Five other state legislatures also passed laws, but Democratic governors “vetoed their legislation,” he said, listing Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Arizona and North Carolina. North.

“It’s outrageous” that these governors are vetoing, he said, adding it’s “because they want to be able to start over.”

Bossie added that the film ultimately “destroyed” the coronavirus argument about funds being used for coronavirus security, because “we clearly know who Mark Zuckerberg hired, who they gave the money to – and what what they ended up doing with the money was clearly not for COVID Safety.

People can watch the film at www.Rigged2020.com.

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