FACEBOOK In Congress’s Cross Hairs: More Than Meets The Eye.

FACEBOOK In Congress’s Cross Hairs: More Than Meets The Eye.

While Facebook is the enabler of Marxists, Islamic jihadists and terrorism, domestically and abroad, their double standard specifically the censorship of Conservatives is equally disturbing and depending upon whom one asks criminal. Thus, there is the need to reign Facebook in.

Commentary By Adina Kutnicki

IT is not accidental, nor incidental, that Facebook, the world’s largest social media site and most dangerous censor is in the (Congressional) hot seat. Not only that, the court of (western) public opinion is starting to take notice, irrespective that a smattering of tech giants find themselves in similar cross hairs. Regardless, the fact remains that Facebook, the undisputed social media superstar, enjoys a targeted status all of its own – deservedly so.

FOR all practical purposes, it has become the de facto Internet since nearly every site connects to it. With that size comes great power – the power to lift up and the power to destroy.

IN this regard, it wasn’t until reports started circulating that Facebook was used as a vehicle for Russia’s meddling into the 2016 electoral process that Congress stepped in and took notice. But never mind, this investigative journalist and author (with co-author Joe Newbywho took the megaphone lead, as advised by security contacts) held Facebook’s feet to the fire – well before the news re Putin’s interference entered the fray. Hmm[…]

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