Did Zuckerbucks enable election fraud in Minneapolis?

It’s worth noting that Minnesota received a disproportionate share of the money donated by Mark Zuckerberg to local election offices in 2020. Especially given that the largest recipient appears to have a significant voter fraud problem.

Federal prosecutors recently won guilty verdicts (for perjury) in a trial involving election fraud in Minneapolis in 2020. It’s worth noting that the city (and Hennepin County) was the state’s largest recipient of money from the billionaire founder of Facebook.

Consider, for a moment, the concept that a private citizen can donate money to government election agencies with specific, extralegal instructions for how elections are to be conducted.

That’s exactly what happened in 2020 when Zuckerberg’s nonprofit Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) donated more than $350 million to local governments around the country.

Except that it wasn’t across the country. Some states received very little money. Within states, the money appears to have been targeted to produce a certain result.

Alpha News reported back in December on the $7.2 million received by Minnesota jurisdictions. It’s worth noting who received money, and who did not.

Zuckerberg achieved his aim, a complete Democratic party sweep at the national level. However, he has lost $30 billion of his net worth in the recent stock market decline. And it appears he is sitting out the 2022 elections.