Hemingway: Mark Zuckerberg funded quiet takeover of government offices to help Democrats in 2020 election
Fox News collaborator Mollie Hemingway spoke with Tucker Carlson to discuss how Big Tech rocked the 2020 election for Democrats and why his new book “Rigged” exposes Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg , like the brain behind it all.
In the latest episode of “Tucker Carlson Today,” Hemingway describes a strategic effort by the tech billionaire, who she says bought left-wing activists access to local government election offices, allowing partisan staff members to ‘organize a massive vote. efforts in the largely blue cities of the interior.
Through the Center for Technology and Civic Life and the Center for Election Innovation and Research, Zuckerberg invested $ 419.5 million in the elections, said Hemingway, which allegedly served to advance postal voting efforts and to rally Democratic voters.
âIt’s crazy that this was allowed,â Hemingway told Carlson. “So he [Zuckerberg] spends about as much money as the federal government to run our 2020 election. It gives $ 419 million to two leftist groups who then funnel the money primarily to Democratic counties in swing states.
But the funding came with conditions, Hemingway said.
HEMINGWAY: WHAT I DISCOVERED AROUND THE 2020 ELECTIONS NEEDS TO BE INVESTIGATED AND DISCUSSED
He allowed “this army of left-wing people to come in and manage everything … they target[ed] registration with democratic communities, they translate[d] ballots they design[ed] ballots, âshe explained.
A stunned Carlson asked how “Mark Zuckerberg manages to design the ballots for the US government.”
âI don’t think anyone ever imagined that one of the richest people in the world would take control of the government polls, so they didn’t have a system in place to prevent it,â Hemingway said.
Hemingway describes other explosive discoveries regarding Zuckerberg’s role in the 2020 election in the full episode of “Tucker Carlson today“available now on Fox Nation.
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