Like most Americans, you’re probably well aware of Facebook’s liberal bias.
The global social media platform censors free speech frequently and their “fact-checkers” have been proven to be anti-conservative many times over.
And this tech investor just blasted Facebook’s new “oversight” board as “technofascism.”
Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe recently posted a video on Facebook featuring members of the Army National Guard and medical professionals who were testing for Covid-19 giving their opinions about the severity of the disease.
One called it “the flu,” and another official said, “[It’s]not so bad. I’ve seen people who get nothing more than a little cough.”
Facebook ultimately banned O’Keefe’s video, citing it violated their policies on Covid-19 misinformation.
“Misinformation” is a huge leap in logic regarding an observational opinion. But then again, it was proven that the Facebook “fact-checker” who flagged the video is an unabashed liberal.
It happened again when Facebook hired assistant professor at Duke-NUS Medical School, Danielle E. Anderson, as one of their fact-checkers.
Anderson fact-checked a New York Post opinion piece laying out how the Wuhan Institute of Virology could’ve been responsible for Covid-19 instead of Wuhan’s wet market.
Turns out, Anderson actually worked for the laboratory, even adding it maintains “strict control and containment measures.”
Millions are beginning to wake up to the power Facebook wields. They’ve been caught numerous times selling users’ private information without their consent.
That’s why tech investor Jeffrey Wernick recently spoke out about Facebook’s new “oversight board,” describing it as “technofascism.”
Wernick is a veteran investor with more than 40 years of experience and best known for investing in some of today’s most defining companies such as Uber and Airbnb.
The tech investor released a statement saying, “Shame on Facebook. Shame on anyone who embraces this concept. And shame on anyone who would agree to serve on this Committee. They are free speech frauds who want to control language and thought.”
Furthermore, Wernick called Facebook’s new oversight board – also known as “Facebook Supreme Court” – a “data rapist,” presumably referring to the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Facebook’s “Supreme Court” is a group of twenty people largely made up of left-wing figures including a Stanford University law professor (who once made an asinine joke about Barron Trump during the impeachment hearings), a Soros-funded activist, the former editor-in-chief of extremely progressive The Guardian, and an academic who once “loved” an article comparing President Trump to Adolf Hitler.
Wernick also added, “My proposed solution is for people to simply get off Facebook. Facebook is an acknowledged data rapist who promotes digital assassinations of individuals and groups. And is now recruiting more people to further legitimize those practices. Do not be distracted by the window dressing. Shame everyone and anyone who is willing to serve on [the board] and practice technofascism.”
Facebook has evolved into one of the internet’s most toxic forums. What used to be a harmless way to reconnect with old schoolmates has mutated into an Orwellian enterprise.
At some point, users will have to decide whether Facebook’s grotesque oversight is worth using the social media platform.