The state was the center of the political storm for weeks between the Nov. 3 presidential election and a Jan. 5 Senate runoff election. Then-President Donald Trump hammered fellow Republican officials—including Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger—for their failure to safeguard election integrity.
Among the latest developments in the ongoing saga was a government-accountability watchdog’s assessment that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife had, in total, spent an estimated $51 million in the state through the far-left, Obama-linked Center for Tech and Civic Life and at least one other partisan ‘nonprofit.’
The CTCL appears to have specifically targeted blue-heavy districts, especially those in potential swing states like the once reliably-red Georgia, where it spent four times its national per-capita average.
“From Iowa to Florida, the infusion of Zuckerbucks into Democrat-leaning jurisdictions influenced the outcome of the 2020 presidential election,” noted a recent report by the Foundation for Government Accountability.
The report said the wealthy couple invested more than $400 million total in the election. Although the state accounts for only 3.2% of the total US population, it received a disproportionate 9% of the total funding.
“We always believed that Zuckerberg is wise enough to know how to use $400 million to accomplish his objectives,” Phill Kline, the director of the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society, told Breitbart News in reaction to the findings. “Now the evidence is demonstrating this to be true, that Zuckerberg’s design was to put Mr. Biden in the White House.”
Like several of the elaborate vote-fraud campaigns orchestrated by the Left—part of a cabalistic conspiracy, according to Time magazine—the Zuckerbergs used the Chinese-engineered coronavirus as the cover for their plot.
However, tellingly, Democrats in Congress now hope to normalize those dubious procedures and codify them as part of the controversial HR1 election overhaul bill.
Even during the 2020 election, the pandemic proved to be nothing more than a hollow pretense for their oligarchic power-grab, the FGA report noted.
“Indeed, much of the Zuckerbucks were not even spent on COVID-19 related expenses—with states reporting expenditures on advertising, vehicle purchases, registering teenagers to vote, and other nonCOVID-related items,” said the report.
The bulk of Zuckerberg’s focus in Georgia was on six densely populated counties surrounding Atlanta. On average, he spent a staggering $10.49 per voter in Fulton, Cobb, Dekalb, Gwinnett, Clayton and Douglas counties, all of which went for Biden.
By contrast, of the 22 rural counties where Zuckerberg spent the least money, only two supported Biden over Trump. The average for those counties was $1.30 per voter, even though rural voters were no less susceptible to the ravages of the coronavirus.
The foundation’s report further broke the spending down by candidate, revealing that Zuckerberg was either using politics to inform his so-called philanthropy—potentially in violation of campaign-finance and nonprofit tax laws—or worse, that his money intentionally helped sway the outcome in Biden’s favor.
“While Zuckerbucks-receiving counties won by Donald Trump were granted nearly $2.3 million—at a rate of $1.91 per registered voter—Joe Biden counties that received Zuckerbucks were given nearly $29 million, at a far higher rate of $7.13 per registered voter,” said the report.
“Put simply, Zuckerbucks counties in the Biden column were granted nearly four times as many Zuckerbucks per registered voter than were Zuckerbucks counties won by Trump,” it added.
The focus of the report was to caution officials for future elections about the dangerous precedent set by Zuckerberg.
“Private and other third-party resources should have no role in financing the conduct of elections,” it said.
Georgia and other GOP-led states already have begun passing election-integrity laws that specifically seek to close the loopholes exploited by Zuckerberg and his co-conspirators.
As a result, they are now facing even more attacks from anti-voting-integrity radicals.
Several woke companies, and even President Joe Biden himself, capitulated to the demands of the clamorous mob, repeating leftist talking points that desperately tried to link the reforms to racist “Jim Crow” laws enacted by Southern Democrats in the pre-civil-rights era.
But undermining those claims was the clear evidence of foul play in blue, urban counties, where African Americans and other minorities often are demographically clustered.
A lawsuit by concerned citizens in Fulton County—Georgia’s largest by far, with nearly 850,000 registered voters—sought more answers about the vote fraud that was witnessed in the 2020 election.
That included video tape of election officials pulling suitcases of unprocessed ballots from underneath a table and proceeding to count them—even after it had sent home poll watchers and journalists, claiming it had shut down counting for the night due to a leaking toilet.
Three election officials responsible for that and other suspicious partisan meddling in Fulton County were subpoenaed for deposition as part of a new lawsuit against the county.
Chief among those facing scrutiny is Ruby Freeman who was identified as the ringleader in the surveillance video, directing the apparent fraud operations.
Freeman also has made public statements boasting about her efforts that aroused suspicion.
The subpoena advised that she and others furnish copies of all their social media and other correspondence for the period during and after the election.
It listed an array of electronic devices and accounts, including Snapchat, WhatsApp, YouTube, Facebook and Instagram accounts where Freeman and others may have posted about their activities.
Garland Favorito, a Georgia-based election integrity activist and poll watcher who was among the lawsuit’s petitioners, said the suit was still in its preliminary phases, but that more depositions could come depending on the answers they receive.
“We want to get to the inspection and then we’ll figure out who we want to depose,” Favorito said in a recent online chat, according to Zero Hedge. “I think it would nail down some of the issues, some of the things that are still unanswered at State Farm Arena.”