February 8, 2020 By The Editor
Long story short, Warren wants Facebook to censor her political opponents.
It’s a bad week to be Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
The 2020 Democratic presidential aspirant was resoundingly mocked for her cringe-worthy comments about “ghosting” meant to be relatable to millennials, or something.
A poll showed the socialist-lite candidate struggling in New Hampshire despite being from neighboring Massachusetts.
And now, Facebook has officially rejected Warren’s calls for censorship.
Warren is a long-time critic of social media companies and purposely posted a false political ad to call attention to the fact that Facebook does not “fact-check” paid political advertisements. She’s since repeatedly blasted the company for supposedly holding democracy “hostage to their desire to make money.”
“Facebook already helped elect Donald Trump once. Now, they’re deliberately allowing a candidate to intentionally lie to the American people.”
Thankfully, though, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has rebuffed her demands, refusing to be the “arbiter of truth” and rightfully pointing out that:
“people [don’t] want to live in a world where you can only say things that tech companies decide are 100 percent true.”
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