New Documentary Tackles How Mark Zuckerberg “Rigged” the 2020 Election

( )- A new documentary from Citizens United unravels how billionaire Mark Zuckerberg helped to rig the 2020 election by funding local election offices in heavily-Democrat areas in swing states.

The details of “Zucker-Bucks” are already widely known and were exhaustively covered in Mollie Hemingway’s book Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech and the Democrats Seized Our Elections.

Using the Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) and the Center for Election Innovation and Research, Zuckerberg poured nearly $420 million into the 2020 election, the purpose of which was to advance mail-in voting efforts and boost Democrat turnout in swing states.

By accepting the funding, local election offices had to relinquish control to the left-wing staffers hired by the organizations. These left-wing activists designed ballots, dealt with ballot “curing,” and handled Democrat voter registration drives.

The documentary, “Rigged: The Zuckerberg-Funded Plot to Defeat Donald Trump” does an even deeper dive into Zuckerberg’s private funding of elections through the Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative, a philanthropic organization established by Zuckerberg and his wife Pricilla Chan.

It was through this initiative that Zuckerberg funneled millions both to the leftwing nonprofit groups CTCL and the Center for Election Innovation and Research. Most of the money, $328 million, went to CTCL, an organization headed by Tiana Epps-Johnson, an Obama Foundation fellow.

These groups funneled millions of dollars into election offices in heavily Democrat districts in swings states Trump won in 2016, like Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan, to boost Democrat turnout by promoting mail-in voting, all to make sure Trump didn’t win them again in 2020.

The documentary, hosted by Citizens United president David Bossie, features interviews with several prominent Republicans including Senator Ted Cruz, Newt Gingrich, and former President Donald Trump.

Watch the trailer for “Rigged” HERE.

The backlash against the private funding of elections has prompted several states to enact laws prohibiting the practice. As of the end of March, over a dozen states have restricted or banned private funds in running elections. Five additional states passed similar bills, but the bills were vetoed by their Democrat governors.