The 2020 IRS 990 form filled out by the ‘Centers for Technology and Civic Life’ or ‘CTCL’ shows that they funneled $350 million total into election systems nationwide. See that full form below…
The CTCL dispersed a majority of these funds under the stated purpose of ‘Supporting the safe administration of public elections during the COVID-19 Pandemic’.
It was Facebook who censored Donald Trump after the events of January 6th, and censored the Hunter Biden laptop story prior to the 2020 Election under the direction of Federal law enforcement.
Zuckerberg can be directly quoted as saying about Facebook’s censorship of the Hunter Biden laptop story.
“Depending on what side of the political spectrum [you’re on], you either think we didn’t censor it enough or we censored it way too much.”Mark Zuckerberg on Joe Rogan Experience #1863
There is no question that Facebook favors establishment Democrats. Some of their lobbyists have even worked for Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, and other prominent Democrats.
The graph below, published by CNBC, shows the lobbying that Facebook did without the use of the CTCL.
Alongside Facebook, Google was also among the largest political spenders in the tech industry during the 2020 Election.
Google lobbyists spoke on behalf of Joe Biden in 2020. Google rallied against President Trump after he had instructed his Department of Justice to investigate anti-trust laws that Google benefits from.
The facts are clear. Big Tech rallied behind Joe Biden, sticking their money wherever it was accepted… legal or not.
Interestingly enough, a project that both companies had been working on since 2016, the final year of the Obama Presidency has seen tremendous progress since the election of Joe Biden.
The project was in cooperation with a Chinese company called Pacific Light Data Communications Co. It is a submarine cable that reaches from California to Hong Kong called the ‘Pacific Light Cable Network’.
Directly from the website of the ‘Pacific Light Cable Network’, the line is described as…
Pacific Light Cable Network (PLCN) is submarine cable system initially designed to connect Hong Kong, Taiwan, the Philippines and the US.
PLCN aimed to offer the first direct submarine cable connectivity between Hong Kong and Los Angeles, the US, spanning approxiamately 13000 km, with the shortest RTD between Hong Kong and Los Angeles.https://www.submarinenetworks.com/en/systems/trans-pacific/plcn
Facebook planned to use this cable to reach the Philippines, and eventually expand into Singapore.
The project was announced in 2016, yet had reportedly been completely abandoned in 2020 over security concerns pressed by the Trump Administration. The main concern was over the cooperation with the Chinese company ‘Pacific Light Cable Network’.
In late 2021 the Biden Administration announced its support for the continuation of the project. Both the Google connection to China, and the Facebook connection to the Philippines are now fully operational.