A nonprofit organization close to Joe Biden is putting heat on Facebook to examine whether the social media company contributed to the spread of “false” election fraud claims that eventually led to Captiol protests of Jan 6.
Building Back Together, the coalition Biden is heavily involved with, is scrambling to discredit any claims that Donald Trump was in fact the rightful and legitimate winner of the 2020 election. Tireless efforts from the Biden administration and Democrat lawmakers have been maid in an attempt to snuff out any clear signs of evidence that points to voter fraud, namely from mail-in-ballots.
The nonprofit coalition, formed by top Biden campaign officials, demanded that Facebook conduct an internal investigation to determine whether any “misinformation” about the 2020 election was allowed to circulate on the platform. This is an act of desperation as some battleground states, namely Arizona are in the process of auditing the ballots from the November election.
Bob Bauer, the coalition’s senior adviser for voting rights, in the letter called on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to make “an unequivocal commitment to the complete and public review suggested by the Oversight Board.”
Facebook’s oversight board recently made the decision to uphold Former President Trump’s account. They’ve also began banning accounts even loosely related to any Right-Wing or even just pro-Trump groups. Since Biden’s inauguration, he’s ingratiated many Facebook employees with jobs in the federal government as a reward for their obedience to his demands.
The Biden White House until now has stayed mostly secretive about online claims of voter fraud. However, as more states consider audits of their November ballots, the administration is struggling to get ahead of the narrative. Using their influence with Big Tech, Biden hopes to remove any claims that he is not the legitimate winner of the 2020 election – a fascist collusion of epic proportions.
Building Back Together, which launched in March, has mainly sought to boost Biden agenda items like his infrastructure plans and COVID-19 recovery, but recently moved to “expanding” voting rights by making it easier to cheat elections with the use of mass mail-in-ballots and urges legislative changes to state election laws.
Meanwhile, The Former President remains indefinitely suspended from the platform. The consequence of which has mattered little as Trump still remains headline news on a daily basis with the rapid release of his long-form press releases.
Author: Elizabeth Tierney