A highlight from The Larry Elder Show 10-19-21 Hr 3 TUEa


Don't leave town. Tony in Victorville suggests that I have a pathway to a different office. Tony, don't leave town. Got a couple of articles we posted up on Larry elder dot com. Both of them from the New York Post. One is by Michael Goodwin. Very talented writer. White House not stolen but bought with Zuckerberg's money. Another one says Mark Zuckerberg spent $490 million on nonprofits, ahead of the 2020 election and got out the Democrat vote. Again, they're both up on Larry elder dot com. Regarding Molly Hemingway, she'd written a book called rigged, where she talks about all this money that Mark Zuckerberg spent. On elections. Where normally private money is not spent. Yeah, I wanted to know exactly what happened during the campaign. So for me, that means I interview everybody who's involved at the state and the national level. And I did find out that this election was unlike any election we'd ever had. People already knew that the media environment was corrupt just like you just talked about. They suppressed that Hunter Biden story, which was explosive. They elevated fake news. They knew that big tech had manipulated. They did not want to have any information out that helped their political opponents or hurt their political allies. And so they censored information and they deplatformed people. And they also changed a lot of our election laws, sometimes they did that legally and constitutionally, sometimes they didn't. And Mark Zuckerberg, one of the world's wealthiest individuals funded the private takeover of government election offices and that enabled a bunch of left wing activists to come in to government election offices and actually handle many things in election from voter registration to voting to vote counting. Now the New York Post says that the two nonprofits were the center for technology and civic life, and the center for election innovation and research. $419.5 million of Zuckerberg's money into local government elections offices. But the money came with strings attached. Each grant spelled out in great detail the conditions under which the grant money was to be used. Private funding of election administration was virtually unknown in the American political system, right to New York posts before the 2020 election. But these two nonprofits had nothing to do with traditional campaign finance lobbying or expenses. It had to do with financing the infiltration of election offices at the city and county level by left wing activists and using those offices as a platform to implement preferred administrative practices, voting methods, and data sharing agreements, as well as to launch intensive outreach campaigns in areas heavy with Democrat voters. Yeah, they claimed that it was bipartisan, but they'd give a little bit of money to a Republican leaning county and then like $10 million to Democrat counties. And it really did make a difference. It's taken a while to figure it out, but researchers have shown that this elevated Joe Biden's vote totals in key swing states. It was a very savvy plan, but now it's being made illegal because a lot of people understand, we can't have tech oligarchs funding our government election offices and be like the New England Patriots hiring and staffing the referees for games that they play against other people. New York Post says these two nonprofit funded self described vote navigators in, for example, Wisconsin, to quote assist voters, potentially at their front doors to answer questions assist in ballot curing and witness absentee ballot signatures. They also used a temporary staffing agency affiliated with Stacey Abrams called happy faces to count votes amid the election night chaos in Fulton, county, Georgia. One of the nonprofits demanding the promotion of universal mail in voting through suspending election laws, extending deadlines at favored mail in over in person voting and greatly expanding opportunities for so called ballot curing expensive bulk mailings and other lavish so called community outreach programs that were directed by private activists in swing states, swing areas, swing districts. Well, in 2016, president Trump had a lot of success in using social media to bypass corrupt partisan media that would not let his message out. And so he used social media to talk directly to the people. These tech oligarchs knew that had happened. And they actually overtly promised that they wouldn't let it happen again. So they knew that they had to suppress information. Constrain the free flow of information to help their political allies and hurt their political enemies. And so they, again, they censored, they de platformed, and most dramatically, they took one of the most legitimate stories of the 2020 campaign, which was the Biden family business and what exactly people get when they give Biden family members so much money and they just didn't cover it, but then when some people were covering it like the New York Post, they actually took those people off the deplatform them from social media companies and they wouldn't let people share that information. And so they just did a war on information because they knew that if people had information, they might vote for their political opponents. It's up to the now about these grants that one of the nonprofits gave to cities like cities and counties in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas and Virginia, that were $1 million or larger, 23 went to areas one by Biden in 2020. One of the two counties won by Donald Trump Brown county and Wisconsin received about $1.1 million less than 1.2% of the $87.5 million that the CTL CTCL one of the nonprofits provided to these top 25 recipients. Preliminary analysis shows that the targeting was repeated in battleground states all around the country says The Washington Post. The New York Post, and the effect, practical effect of this massive, privately manipulated election office funding was to create a shadow election system with a built in structural bias right to New York Post, that systematically favored democratic voters over Republican voters. And the New York Post concludes, we call this injection of structural bias into the 2020 election and our analysis shows it likely generated enough additional vote for Biden to secure an Electoral College victory in 2020. Articles called Mark Zuckerberg spent $419 million on nonprofits ahead of the 2020 election and got out the democratic vote we have it up on. Larry elder dot com. The other one is called White House not stolen, but bought with Zuckerberg's money, both of these are up, on Larry elder, dot com. Now, I was asked many, many times that I believe that the 2020 election was stolen. And as you know, I demanded that they ask whether or not the 2016 election was stolen with I demanded they asked that of my opponent. They never did. Stacey Abrams still insists that she was the duly elected governor of Georgia. Does anybody call her a conspiracy theorist?

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