The young CEO is “up in clouds”, putting ultimatums for President Trump!
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According to Facebook CEO and inventor, Mark Zuckerberg, the decision if President Trump will be allowed once again on Facebook, is now up to the company’s new Oversight Board.
As you already know, the Big Tech companies censored President Trump’s personal citizens right to state his own opinions and speak out his mind, cutting him from a right granted with the 2nd Amendment. Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and all other platforms demanded him to be banned – for life, stating he called on “insurrection” at the U.S Capitol on the 6th of January.
This Thursday, during the virtual House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing, Mark Zuckerberg was also asked regarding President Trump’s future on Facebook.
In response to a question asked by Rep. Billy Long of Missouri “If the oversight board decides that Facebook should have left President Trump’s account up, what will you do?” the young CEO answer the following:
“Congressman, we will respect the decision of the oversight board, and if they tell us that former President Trump’s account should be reinstated, then we will honor that.”
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However, the whole idea that the Board could be objective, immediately fell into water, since it is made of majority leftists!
Here’s an example – Stanford law Professor, Pamela Karlan was hand-picked in the Oversight Board, and after being picked in this “objective body” was forced to publically apologize for mocking President Trump’s youngest son.
Pamela Karlan: "I want to apologize for what I said earlier about the president's son. It was wrong of me to do that. I wish the president would apologize, obviously, for the things that he's done that's wrong, but I do regret having said that." pic.twitter.com/7lYiRWCKjw
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