The folks at Meta, the overlord company of Facebook, have blatantly admitted they are going to help the Democrat left steal elections into the foreseeable future.
Granted, they did not come out and say that directly, but a new set of content guidelines the company announced this week indicate that’s exactly what is going to happen.
Anyone with a modicum of common sense reasoning is well aware that the social media behemoths colluded to heavily influence the outcome of previous elections in favor of Democrats. They all acted in unison in kicking notable conservatives and America first types off of their platforms: Mike Adams of Natural News; Alex Jones of Infowars; and, famously, former President Donald Trump, among many others. All of these companies worked nearly in unison to deplatform those notable figures.
We also know that they joined forces to:
— Suppress legitimate, truthful, science-based information about COVID-19 and the experimental vaccines;
— Suppress damning information about Hunter Brandon and Brandon found on the former’s laptop he abandoned at a computer repair shop in 2019 — in fact, the outlet that originally reported on the contents, the New York Post, was locked out of its Twitter account for weeks;
— Suppress search results favorable to Republican candidates in lieu of presenting more and favorable information about Democrats to users.
We also know Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg poured hundreds of millions of ‘Zuck Bucks’ into left-wing ‘get out the vote’ groups in major blue cities, where they proceeded to pay ‘mules’ to stuff fake ballots for Brandon into unmonitored drop boxes, as documented by the film “2000 Mules.”
And so on.
Now, since nothing happened to any of these platforms, they are planning to do the same thing again ahead of the 2022 midterms that should usher in a red wave of candidates as voters vent their anger and frustration at the Democrat-controlled Congress and our dementia president, Brandon. And the plan is blatant — out in the open.
“Our approach to the 2022 US midterm elections is consistent with the policies and safeguards we had in place during the 2020 US presidential election,” Global Affairs President Nick Klegg wrote. “We have hundreds of people across more than 40 teams working on the midterms, and we spent approximately $5 billion globally on safety and security last year alone.
“We’re focused on preventing voter interference, connecting people with reliable information and providing industry-leading transparency for ads about social issues, elections and politics,” he added in a summary section of the post, which noted further:
In recent years, Meta has developed a comprehensive approach to how elections play out on our platforms. With the 2022 US midterms on the horizon, we are setting out how our approach applies in this election cycle, which is largely consistent with the policies and safeguards we had in place during the 2020 US Presidential election.
This, from a company whose CEO literally funded vote fraud and election theft in 2020.
“What most people don’t know, and I would think that most people listening to this right now don’t know, is that Mark Zuckerberg spent $400 million in the 2020 election cycle, and he spent it specifically in just the last several months of the campaign through nonprofits,” said David Bossie, president of the conservative advocacy group Citizens United, which produced a documentary explaining how ‘Zuck Bucks’ helped fund massive vote fraud.
“He sent his money through the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, which is he and his wife’s operation. They sent the money to these two very hardcore left-wing organizations, the Center for Tech and Civic Life and one other,” Bossie told The Daily Signal podcast in April.
“Their money went out in these grants to state and local election officials. They basically used that money for a giant, massive Democrat get-out-the-vote effort using the drop boxes and mail-in ballots and absentee ballot programs to generate votes for Brandon,” he continued, adding: “I submit that if Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t spend the $400 million in the last three or four months of the campaign, Brandon does not win.”
Now, Facebook is planning to implement new policies that will be used to shadow ban conservative, pro-Trump, America First content on its platform from here on out.