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The Impact Of Zuckerberg's Bucks

1 month ago   |   By DickMorris.com

To understand the impact of Zuckerberg's money on the election of 2020 we must first grasp its purpose. Mark Zuckerberg intended to use his money to fund the ground army that was necessary to promote irregularities in the election.
The framework of absentee and mail-in balloting permitted shenanigans with the election machinery. But the missing element was the infantry to accomplish the mischief. It was one thing to permit mail-in voting and allow ballots with dubious signatures to qualify. But it was quite another to supply the election officials who would rule such ballots to be...
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