Meta/Facebook stocks dropped by USD$200 billion dollars yesterday moments after US courts rule that ballot drop boxes are unconstitutional.
Day after author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza announced his upcoming documentary about systemic widespread election fraud, 2000 Mules, Facebook/Meta suffered a USD$230 billion dollar wipe-out in one of the world’s biggest stock plunges in trading history. Meta/Facebook reportedly spent USD$500 million on “phony ballot drop boxes.”
Judges have ruled that mail-in ballot boxes are unconstitutional in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, two major swing-battleground states in the USA. Mark Zuckerberg was praised for “saving the 2020 election” after his company spent close to USD$500 million in providing thousands of mail-in ballot drop boxes to highly contested swing states across the US.
Shortly after two key swing-states declared that the use of mail-in ballot drop boxes was illegal and unconstitutional, thousands of investors distanced themselves from the troubled tech firm.
Facebook wasn’t the only big tech company that suffered a major blow in the stock market, but they were definitely hit the hardest.
While the real reason behind the sudden plunge still remains unknown, Mark Zuckerberg’s decision to focus on his Virtual-Reality styled social media platform “Metaverse” may also have had something to do with it.
Laura Hoy, an equity analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown said, “Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg may be keen to coax the world into an alternate reality, but disappointing fourth-quarter results were quick to burst his metaverse bubble.”
However, after judges ruled on legality of privately funded mail-in ballot drop boxes, Meta/Facebook may be in hot water.
Zuckerberg admitted that he was accused of ‘election interference’ and that had received multiple lawsuits regarding his ‘Zuckerberg boxes’: “Since our initial donation, there have been multiple lawsuits filed in an attempt to block these funds from being used, based on claims that the organizations receiving donations have a partisan agenda. That’s false.”
“These funds will serve communities throughout the country—urban, rural and suburban–and are being allocated by non-partisan organizations.”
Moments before Meta/Facebook stocks plummeted by USD$230 billion, filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza released a trailer for his upcoming documentary 2000 Mules which purports to have video evidence that his mail-in ballot drop boxes were used for widespread systematic voter fraud.
“One mule made 53 trips to 20 drop boxes and he’s not alone. We tracked 2000 multiple ballot drops. Leaving no finger prints. Snapping photos to get paid,” D’Souza explain in the trailer to 2000 Mules.
Dinesh D’Souza insists that the footage in his documentary is authentic and that he has evidence of “a coordinated reign of illegal vote harvesting in all the key states that the election was decided.”