Speaking to Axios during a recent video interview, Mark Zuckerberg openly admitted that the plan at Facebook is to squelch all information about the election that in any way suggests a result can be known on election day.
As we previously covered, Zuckerberg is already planning for the election results to take days “or even weeks” to arrive, suggesting that the fix is in for mail-in ballots to produce a Joe Biden and Kamala Harris victory.
“One of the things that I think we and other media need to start doing is preparing the American people that there’s nothing illegitimate about this election taking additional days or even weeks to make sure that all of the votes are counted,” a nervous Zuckerberg, looking cyborg as ever, told Axios.
The fact that Zuckerberg feels the need to “prepare” his platform’s users and the American public at large for a contentious election suggests that chaos, the likes of which this country has not seen since the Civil War, is unfortunately on the agenda. Not only that, but there may never be an election result that the nation accepts, which seems to be what Zuckerberg is indicating.
“If one of the candidates in any of the races claims victory before there’s a consensus result, then we’re going to add some informational context to that post directly saying that there’s no consensus result yet,” Zuckerberg further explained about how Facebook is planning to tackle any Nov. 3 election results that one side or the other says are invalid.
Because it is significantly more difficult to tamper with in-person ballots, Democrats are pushing, in some states successfully, to have mail-in ballots sent out to voters as an alternative. States that have agreed to allow this have indicated, just like Zuckerberg admitted, that the process could take several days or weeks past Nov. 3 to sort out.
This is concerning in light of the fact that mail-in voting is wrought with fraud. A former Democrat-turned-whistleblower told the New York Post that he spent years leading a team of staff whose job it was to replace mail-in ballots with fraudulent ones, as one example.
Mail-in ballots also require no identification, which is how homeless, senile and dead people have been able to vote with them, thanks to a little bit of help from their neighborhood Democrats.
A local news station in Pennsylvania, a swing state, conducted a vote-by-mail experiment revealing that up to three percent of the mock ballots it tracked were “lost” in the mail. Three percent, it turns out, is enough to swing an election.
Real-life mail-in voting in Michigan’s primary election revealed similar fraud. More than 10,000 ballots had to be rejected because of anomalies, 846 of which included dead people who were “caught” voting.
Rather than admit that mail-in voting comes with immense risks, Zuckerberg and the tech cabal are instead trying to conceal the truth while seizing control of the narrative. Heck, even Twitter put a “fact check” on a tweet by President Trump warning that mail-in voting is rife with fraud, as if pointing this out somehow constitutes spreading “misinformation.”
“It’s hard not to draw parallels between the behavior of America’s tech elites and authoritarian nations like Turkey and China, which tightly control the flow of online information,” writes Allum Bokhari for Breitbart News.
“On election night, only the elites’ version of events will be allowed to proliferate online. If the results are in question, the masses will be prevented from seeking out their own answers. Elites hope that you’ll accept the Democrat-CNN-Big Tech narrative, because you won’t be able to find any other narrative.”
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