Rigged: The Zuckerberg-Funded Plot to Defeat Donald Trump directed by Jason Killian Meath, is a 41-minute documentary that promotes conspiracy theories about Zuckerberg’s role in the 2020 presidential election. It includes interviews with Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz, and other conservative figures such as Trump-allied lawyer Cleta Mitchell and former Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway. “A documentary by Citizens United Productions, exposing Mark Zuckerberg for his role in funding drop-box ballot operations across the country during the 2020 Election.” -reads the synopsis for the film.
The synopsis of the film does not explicitly accuse Zuckerberg of election fraud, but it does state that the Meta CEO funded “nearly $400 million” in grants that he “spent nationally in voter operation efforts, particularly in the battleground states of Wisconsin, Arizona, and Georgia.”
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Rigged: The Zuckerberg Funded Plot to Defeat Donald Trump will be screened at Hampton Inn & Suites in West Allis, Wisconsin on 26th May 2022. The exact location for the venue is Hampton Inn & Suites Milwaukee West, 8201 W Greenfield Ave, West Allis, WI 53214, United States. The event will start at 5:00 PM, and continue till 8:00 PM CDT.
The event will feature speakers such as Janel Brandtjen among others. 5:00 PM to 6 PM is a social hour, all set for mingling, complete with a cash bar, snacks and beverages. The screening will begin at 6:00 PM and will last 40 minutes. The event will end at 8:00 PM.
General admission to the event is free. You can register for the event at the Eventbrite website under the Rigged 2020 tab.
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Former President Donald Trump said in a statement that the documentary excites him more than “Citizen Kane, Titanic, and Gone with the Wind.” Last month, Trump hosted a private screening at his opulent Mar-a-Lago estate, inviting prominent conservatives such as Kari Lake and Peter Navarro.
A poster for the film, with what appeared to be a sinister image of Zuckerberg stuffing money into a ballot box, was also displayed near a pool on the Trump property.
The film’s synopsis does not directly accuse Mark Zuckerberg of election fraud, but it does state that the Meta CEO funded “nearly $400 million” in grants that he “spent nationally in voter operation efforts, particularly in battleground states like Wisconsin, Arizona, and Georgia.”
This is most likely a reference to how donations from the Meta CEO and his wife, Priscilla Chan, helped fund grants that allowed local election offices to increase their budgets to handle mail-in ballots more effectively. Previously, Zuckerberg’s private donations were addressed by a spokesperson, who stated that the couple “did not participate in the process to determine which jurisdictions received funds.”