Earlier this week, former President Donald J. Trump shredded Mark Zuckerberg’s open interference in the electoral process. Over the course of his criticism, Trump also called for states and the federal government to ban the private financing of election operations.
By instituting such a ban, the government would prevent multiple millions from being poured into varied election offices.
Trump provided blunt commentary during a recent interview with Breitbart News, where he described Zuckerberg’s brazen interference in the 2020 election.
“[Private election financing] should not be allowed,” Trump warned.
“I’ll tell you what else shouldn’t be allowed: mail-in ballots,” Trump continued, adding that virtually no one “knows where they’re coming from [or] how they’re getting there.”
The former president underscored his belief that mail-in ballots tend to be “rife for fraud,” which explains “what happened” in the aftermath of the fateful presidential election.
Aside from their questionable origins, another serious issue with mail-in ballots includes the fact that numerous individuals received multiple ballots, thereby amplifying the chances of potential fraud.
“Many people got two ballots, three ballots, or more than that,” Trump remarked in disbelief.
The former president advocated the abolition of mail-in ballots, with exceptions for military members serving overseas. He also called for one-day elections, which was the traditional custom in the United States.
“Otherwise, you aren’t going to have honest elections,” Trump declared.
Recently, Citizens United President David Bossie released a documentary regarding Zuckerberg’s open interference in the 2020 election: “Rigged: The Zuckerberg-Funded Plot to Defeat Donald Trump.”
The purpose of the documentary is to analyze the approximately $400M in funding that Zuckerberg poured into local election offices throughout 2020, which includes well over $330M in grants.
A significant percentage of these funds were allocated to Democrat-majority areas in different swing states, clearly indicating a concentrated effort to shift swing states in Facebook’s favor.