Zuckerberg Cash for Elections Included ‘Clawback’ Clauses for Counties that Didn’t Comply with His Demands

The Amistad Project, an election integrity watchdog group, highlighted in its recent press conference how Mark Zuckerberg placed constraints on the nearly half-billion dollars he funneled into the 2020 elections, including the ability to rescind donations if counties didn’t meet all of his demands. The revelation adds to growing suspicions over Zuckerberg’s meddling in the 2020 election, including leveraging nearly all of his money to exclusively boost Democrat turnout. Amistad Director Phill Klein explained in the group’s December 16th press conference how the Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL), which received nearly $400 million from Zuckerberg, included stipulations in

‘Never In My Whole Career’: USPS Truck Carrying ‘Fraudulent Ballots’ Vanishes, Driver Still Unable To Locate

Jesse Morgan, a subcontracted United States Postal Service driver who felt his truck that mysteriously vanished was carrying “fraudulent ballots,” highlighted how trailers never go missing. The remarks came during Morgan’s War Room: Pandemic interview, where host Steve Bannon inquired about the frequency of mail trucks or trailers vanishing. In response, Morgan repeatedly noted that it “never” happens: Never. Never. I mean unless it’s stolen, like I mean and chopped up in pieces or something but never. It never gets stolen. It never just goes. “It doesn’t happen. It does not happen. Trust me. It doesn’t happen. I’ve never had

‘Safe Harbor’ Deadline for Electors ‘Not Constitutional’, ‘Does Not Apply to Disputed States’

The Amistad Project, an election fraud watchdog, released a whitepaper outlining how the December 8th Electoral College deadline for the selection of electors does not apply to states with disputed election results. Among the states with disputed election results are Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, Arizona, Nevada, and Pennsylvania: a total 79 of Electoral College votes. The Amistad Project notes that the only “deadline specifically required by the Constitution is noon on January 20,” when a President’s term would end. All other deadlines, such as the “safe harbor” deadline of December 8th, the Electoral College vote occurring on December 14th, and the

WATCH: Whistleblowers Dispute Over 1 Million Ballots, Cite Dominion Tampering, Shipping Filled Ballots Across State Lines

The Amistad Project has gathered whistleblowers and sworn declarations revealing over one million potentially fraudulent swing-state ballots, including completed ballots getting shipped across state lines, postal service workers being told to prioritize Biden mail, and officials tampering with Dominion systems to prevent an audit. In total, over 300,000 ballots are at issue in Arizona, 548,000 in Michigan, 204,000 in Georgia, and over 121,000 in Pennsylvania. “The declarations state that unlawful actions by state and local election officials in swing states, and possibly U.S. Postal Service officials,” the Amistad Project noted. The evidence details “the failure of election officials in blue