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Zuckerberg planning to rig 2024 elections using INSTAGRAM
By Ramon Tomey // Jul 02, 2024

Meta Platforms CEO and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg appears to be planning to rig the 2024 elections using the photo-sharing platform Instagram.

The technocrat seeks to accomplish this using Instagram's "limit political content" function. According to the National Pulse, the platform automatically limited users' exposure to "political content" ahead of the first presidential debate between former President Donald Trump and incumbent President Joe Biden.

"Just one day before the first general election presidential debate of 2024, social media giant Meta changed users' settings to automatically limit the amount of political content they can see on Instagram," FWIW News reported. "Now, Instagram has gone a step further – changing all users' settings to automatically restrict political content every time they exit the app."

According to the Pulse, Instagram recently required users to go to their settings and "opt-in" to political content in their feeds from accounts they do not follow. The platform defined "political content" as content "likely to mention governments, elections or social topics that affect a group of people and/or society at large." Many political creators criticized the move and encouraged followers to update their settings and opt-in. (Related: Zuckerberg's Meta releases new censorship unit for upcoming elections.)

But now, Instagram reverts to the default opt-out for political content whenever users exit the app. This compels them to opt back in again through an obtuse series of menus.

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FWIW News continued: "It's unclear when the company pushed this update, but it appears to have happened in the past 48 hours. [It] was first brought to [the outlet's] attention by a group of large political accounts [on June 25]."

A Meta spokesman commented on the issue, calling it an "error" that "should have not happened." He reassured users that Instagram is "working on getting it fixed."

Meta is dipping its finger into politics

The Pulse noted that Zuckerberg and his platforms – mainly Facebook and Instagram – have been accused of election interference for many years.

The Pulse's Jack Montgomery cited the Facebook founder's Center for Tech and Civil Life (CTCL) as the main instrument for this election interference. The group reportedly pours vast sums of "Zucker-bucks" into initiatives supposedly meant to improve voter access initiatives, such as new absentee ballot drop boxes."

"However, the schemes overwhelmingly benefit Democratic-leaning areas. Election integrity groups [argue] they grant leftists greater voting access than conservatives and are, therefore, unlawful," he wrote. "The CTCL is already intervening in this year's election, directing election officials on how to use public money to 'improve election operations.'"

Montgomery also mentioned how Facebook censored Americans at the Biden administration's direction – particularly on the question of vaccine safety. Given this, it would not surprising if Instagram limited users' exposure to political content at the behest of the White House.

Head over to MetaTyranny.com for more stories about Meta Platforms and its role in vote fraud.

Watch this interview between InfoWars' Owen Shroyer and Dr. Robert Epstein about Google, another Big Tech company just like Meta, planning to rig the 2024 elections.

This video is from the TruthSeeker channel on Brighteon.com.

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