Ryan E.
May 14, 2023

Washington Post Says "Zuckbucks" Influenced 2020 Election

There were so many things that impacted the 2020 election, it's really surprising that anybody still think it was truly on the level.

Take "Zuckbucks" for example.

Washington Post columnist Philip Bump is admitting what many liberals have been hiding for a while now.

The 2020 election was influenced in ways it shouldn't have been.

In this case, it was the fact that Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave hundreds of millions of dollars to liberal nonprofits leading up to the 2020 presidential election.

The nonprofits weren't using those dollars for anything noble, they turned right around and "poured" money into local election offices to get Democrats out to vote.

"This is a common way in which Musk elevates right-wing rhetoric. He’ll often engage with fringe voices by declaring their commentary to be “concerning” — suggesting it’s just something worth mulling over," Bump said.

"Much of the analysis in the Federalist article centers on the idea that these investments were larger in more-Democratic counties, using that as a peg for the argument that the investments were partisan and critical to Biden’s success."

"But that argument is easily countered," he said before dropping the bomb. "CTCL’s investments were often in heavily Democratic areas — because those areas often have lower turnout rates. If you want to increase turnout, the smartest place to try to do so is places where turnout is lowest. In the United States, that’s often lower-income communities and communities that have high populations of Black and Hispanic residents, two groups that often vote heavily Democratic."

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