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Zuckerberg says 2020 was a one time thing, he's not going to buy 4,000,000 votes in the midterms.
— ❤♛❤ ~Spaced Princess (@GingerGander) April 14, 2022
Did Zuckerberg state this, or did he say something similar?
Look at this Fox News article:
Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, donated $350 million to the Center for Technology and Civil Life in front of the 2020 election.
It’s true that the couple confirmed there would be no similar donations in the future and that this was a one-time donation.
Fox News reported:
A representative for Mark Zuckerberg confirmed the Facebook CEO will not make another multi-million dollar donation to aid this year’s elections, which comes after fierce pushback that Zuckerberg’s 2020 contributions tilted the outcome of the presidential race toward President Biden.
“As Mark and Priscilla made clear previously, their election infrastructure donation to help ensure that Americans could vote during the height of the pandemic was a one-time donation given the unprecedented nature of the crisis,” Ben LaBolt, a spokesperson for Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan, said. “They have no plans to repeat that donation.”
Zuckerberg and Chan donated at least $350 million to the nonprofit Center for Technology and Civic Life ahead of the 2020 election, which was distributed to local election offices. The nonprofit said that this year, it will instead launch a different program dubbed the U.S. Alliance for Election Excellence.
The program is an $80-million, five-year effort intended to create a network for the nation’s thousands of local election officials, who can apply for aid to improve their technology and processes, the Associated Press reported.
“Unfortunately, years of underinvestment means many local election departments often have limited capacity and training. The U.S. Alliance for Election Excellence is bringing together world-class partners so that local election officials no longer have to go it alone,” said Tiana Epps-Johnson, CTCL’s executive director.
Conservatives have slammed Zuckerberg and Chan’s donation ahead of 2020 as helping sway the presidential election in President Biden’s favor.
Was this money, $350, donated and used to hack the election?
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