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Facebook Crime?

Is Facebook participating in crimes against the United States of America? That is something that at this point might be a serious issue both in terms of the election results and the systematic black hole shadow banning of posts that reveal potentially damaging information that could reveal some eyebrow raising concerns about Facebook and its role in this election scandal.

A post by Breibart on Facebook just came across the news feed but almost immediately after looking at the post the item appeared to just disappear.

Looking back on the feed the post was no where to be found.

A user would have to go into security and settings then look at activity.

Then the post shows in the left hand column.

But again something strange happens when you click on the post nothing happens.

Click again..

This time the page loads but right away it goes blank.

Blank!

Nothing there.

Will not load from the Facebook console.

The only way I got it to load at all was to go directly to the Breibart Facebook page then it loaded and Wow…

You need to read this post.

I am including the text of that post along with a link to the Breibart Webpage so you can see it yourself.

What Facebook is (allegedly) doing here is serious.

IT is not only censorship but they are literally Blanking out the news.

Blacking out the Truth is What Facebook is doing here and that is something that must be not only investigated but adjudicated.

There is an old saying where there is smoke there is fire.

Well in this case there is so much smoke that you cannot deny the implication of potential Fraud…

source.

REVEALED: Seventy-three percent of Joe Biden’s 126,649 vote margin gain in Pennsylvania, compared to Hillary Clinton’s performance in 2016, came from the seven counties and one city in Pennsylvania that received more than $18 million from the Mark Zuckerberg-funded Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) “safe elections” project.

The CTCL provided more than $18 million in “safe elections” grants between September 1 and October 31 to at least seven counties and one city in Pennsylvania: $10 million to the City of Philadelphia, $2.5 million to Chester County (suburban Philadelphia), $2.2 million to Delaware County (suburban Philadelphia), $2.05 million to Allegheny County (Pittsburgh), $863,000 to Centre County, $474,232 to Lancaster County, $471,000 to Berks County, and $148,000 to Erie County.

Ninety-three thousand two hundred and ninety-three votes (93,293), or 73.6 percent of Biden’s 126,649 vote margin gain in 2020 Pennsylvania, compared to Hillary Clinton in 2016, came from these seven counties and one city.

CTCL has refused to provide a breakdown of funding by counties in any state. Though press reports confirmed the CTCL funding of many of the counties identified by Breitbart as funded by CTCL in Pennsylvania, there was apparently no report in the press or by the CTCL of the $2.5 million grant made to Chester County, unanimously approved by the three member Chester County Commission on September 16, until Breitbart unearthed the details of the minutes of that board meeting. (Notably, the beginning date for the grant as initially approved was September 1, but a subsequent report (see page 37 of an obscure 41 page report of the agenda) for the October 8, 2020 meeting of the Chester County Commission showed the beginning date of the grant as June 1.)

Breitbart News contacted Chester County election officials and requested a breakdown of the use of proceeds of the $2.5 million grant from the CTCL, but has not received a response.
The analysis of the impact of Zuckerberg-funded “safe elections” grants from the CTCL to counties in Pennsylvania is similar to the results of Breitbart’s report of the impact of those funds on the electoral results in Georgia:

Most of Joe Biden’s 221,751 vote margin gain in Georgia, compared to Hillary Clinton’s performance in 2016, came from three metropolitan Atlanta counties that received more than $15 million from the Mark Zuckerberg-funded Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) “safe elections” project.

Those three counties — Cobb, Fulton, and Gwinnett–accounted for 168,703 of Biden’s 221,751 vote margin gain, or 76 percent.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckeberg and his wife donated $350 million between September 1 and October 31 to the CTCL “safe elections” project, as Breitbart News reported.

Critics say those funds were used to privatize the administration of the 2020 election and help Democrats Get-Out-the-Vote.
Here’s a comparison of how the state and these seven counties and one city voted in 2016 and in 2020: (2020 election results as of 11:00 a.m. ET, Thursday, November 19, as reported by Real Clear Politics)

State of Pennsylvania
2016
Donald Trump: 2,970,733
Hillary Clinton: 2,926,441
Margin of votes for Trump: 44,292
2020
Joe Biden: 3,454,686
Donald Trump: 3,372,329
Margin of votes for Biden: 82,357
Net margin of votes gained by Biden 2020 vs. Hillary Clinton 2016: 126,649

Seven Pennsylvania Counties (plus the City of Philadelphia) That Received $18 Million from Zuckerberg-funded CTCL
Net margin of votes gained by Biden 2020 vs. Hillary Clinton 2016: 93,293, broken down as follows:

Delaware County (suburban Philadelphia)
2016
Hillary Clinton: 177,402
Donald Trump: 110,667
Clinton margin: 66,735
2020
Joe Biden: 206,709
Donald Trump: 118,639
Biden margin: 88,070

Net margin of votes gained by Biden 2020 vs. Hillary Clinton 2016: 21,335
Chester County (suburban Philadelphia)

2016
Hillary Clinton: 141,682
Donald Trump: 116,114
Clinton margin: 25,568

2020
Joe Biden: 182,372
Donald Trump: 128,565
Biden margin: 53,807
Net margin of votes gained by Biden 2020 vs. Hillary Clinton 2016: 28,239

Allegheny County (Pittsburgh)

2016
Hillary Clinton: 367,617
Donald Trump: 259,480
Clinton margin: 108,137

2020
Joe Biden: 429,065
Donald Trump: 282,324
Biden margin: 146,741
Net margin of votes gained by Biden 2020 vs. Hillary Clinton 2016: 38,604

Centre County
2016
Hillary Clinton: 37,088
Donald Trump: 35,274
Clinton margin: 1,814

2020
Joe Biden: 40,054
Donald Trump: 36,371
Biden margin: 3,683

Net margin of votes gained by Biden 2020 vs. Hillary Clinton 2016: 1,869

Lancaster County
2016
Hillary Clinton: 91,093
Donald Trump: 137,914
Trump margin: 46,821

2020
Joe Biden: 115,847
Donald Trump: 160,209
Trump margin: 44,362
Net margin of votes gained by Biden 2020 vs. Hillary Clinton 2016: 2,459

Berks County

2016
Hillary Clinton: 78,437
Donald Trump: 96,626
Trump margin: 18,189

2020
Joe Biden: 93,113
Donald Trump: 109,917
Trump margin: 16,804
Net margin of votes gained by Biden 2020 vs. Hillary Clinton 2016: 1,385

Erie County
Hillary Clinton: 58,112
Donald Trump: 60,069
Trump margin: 1,957

2020
Joe Biden: 68,286
Donald Trump: 66,869
Biden margin: 1,417
Net margin of votes gained by Biden 2020 vs. Hillary Clinton 2016: 3,374

City of Philadelphia

2016
Hillary Clinton: 584,025
Donald Trump: 108,748
Clinton margin: 475,277

2020
Joe Biden: 604,175
Donald Trump: 132,870
Biden margin: 471,305

Net margin of votes gained by Biden 2020 vs. Hillary Clinton 2016: – 3,972 (negative 3,972)

Of the eight local governments in Pennsylvania that received grants from CTCL, only one–the City of Philadelphia–saw a decline in Joe Biden’s electoral results versus Donald Trump’s in 2020 compared to Hillary Clinton’s electoral results versus Donald Trump’s in 2016.