(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) The National Vote at Home Institute partnered with the Zuckerberg-backed Center for Tech and Civic Life to spread false information about mail-in voting and “to control the narrative” leading up to the 2020 elections, The Federalist reported.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, through the CTCL, spearheaded a half-billion dollar campaign to corrupt the 2020 elections, and new documents from the NVAHI further reveal the partisan nature of his election engineering.
The NVAHI sent its 2020 Election Official Communications Toolkit—which contains Democratic Party talking points about mail-in voting—to public officials in Wisconsin.
Some powerful, though false, slogans that the group peddled to public officials include, “Let’s all vote safely. Choose to vote by mail,” and “Voting by mail is easy and secure.”
The Wisconsin officials then parroted the talking points to sway the election toward Democrats.
“Do not repeat myths as a way to refute them,” the Toolkit stated. “Instead, control the narrative by presenting information that affirms the safety, security, and reliability of mail balloting.”
Mail-in voting allows high rates of fraud and overwhelmingly favors Democrats in machine-politics cities, like Atlanta, Detroit, and Milwaukee.
The NVAHI instructed activists and public officials to publish articles extolling mail-in voting in local newspapers.
“For all these types of outlets, approach them about whether they would run an article on your behalf about the upcoming election,” the document stated.
The Toolkit also told officials to start “playing up the security” of mail-in voting.
“Voters may be reluctant to fill out a mail ballot because of concerns they’ve heard about stolen or lost ballots,” the document stated. “Assuage those concerns without leaning into them.”
Following the corporate media’s lead, the document told public officials to “instill a sense of urgency” about the need for mail-in voting, lest people be disenfranchised by their fear of leaving their homes.
The NVAHI told public officials to appeal to the crowd mentality, rather than facts, to push mail-in voting.
“Voters may be unsure whether voting by mail is right for them,” the document stated. “Social proof (showing how many people are taking up a behavior) is a powerful way of making mail-in ballots a compelling option.”