One of Zuckerberg’s Mail-In Vote Advocates Declared an Election Illegitimate Over Lost Mail-In Vote Applications.

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An associate at the Center for Tech and Civic Life – a controversial election influence group that used grants from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to push unconstitutional voting changes in 2020 – previously declared elections as having “zero legitimacy” due to mail-in ballot errors in tweets unearthed by The National Pulse.

Jordan Anderson, who currently serves as a Quality Assurance Associate at the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), also worked for nearly five years in the Ramsey County Elections Office in Minnesota, before joining the Zuckerberg group.

As one of the primary recipients of grants from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, CTCL has been accused of using funds to ensure a victory for President Joe Biden and relying on mail-in ballots to do so. The group used the hundreds of millions of dollars to overrule local election officials and increase turnout in – almost exclusively – Democratic districts.

Proving the partisan conflict of interest, leaders from the CTCL overpowered and overruled local election authorities and, through coercion, accessed mail-in ballots ahead of the election.

Further demonstrating the close relationship between the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative and the Biden camp, a former Vice President of the Facebook founder’s group now serves as a Special Assistant to the President and Director of Technology in the Biden White House.

Despite the CTCL’s advocacy for mail-in ballot voting in the 2020 election, Twitter posts unearthed by The National Pulse reveal associates pointing out repeated errors with the fraud-riddled method of voting.

“There’s been something wrong with my Mpls absentee ballot packet for 3 out of the last 4 elections… Ramsey County would never,” wrote Anderson in 2018 ahead of the midterm elections.

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Anderson has also declared previous elections as having “zero legitimacy” due to alleged irregularities with mail-in ballot registration.

“Georgia’s election has zero legitimacy at this point,” he wrote in response to the following tweet referring to the 2018 midterm elections:

Georgia Democrats say election officials lost track of 4,700 vote-by-mail applications from DeKalb County, which is 55% black, reports @nytimes. Voter registration is overseen by Brian Kemp, the GOP candidate for governor.

Anderson’s Tweet.

The unearthed posts follow the CTCL claiming the 2020 election was the “most secure election in U.S. history.”

CTCL has also claimed it is a “nonpartisan” organization despite Anderson sharing anti-Donald Trump tweets.

“I have beer and mountains and I’ve only seen one trump sticker in this town so life is good,” he wrote in 2019.

Anderson’s Tweet.

Natalie Winters

Natalie Winters is the Lead Investigative Reporter at the National Pulse and co-host of The National Pulse podcast.