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Facebook Shows That it’s OKAY with Violent Threats Against Conservatives

Facebook spies on its users, steals their data, and sells it to private companies for use as advertising intelligence. If you’ve ever been around marketing people and the subject of Big Data ever comes up, that’s what they’re talking about- stolen data.

Facebook never tells its users that they are collecting and selling info on their posts, personal information, photos, interactions, and even their mousing behavior (meaning data from how you move your mouse around).

On top of all this, Facebook throttles conservative accounts and censors conservative content. They’ve been doing it for years, way before 2016. But now it’s worse than ever. Now they are doing it blatantly and shamelessly, out in the open.

But why? Why would they do this? How does it help them to openly betray at least 50% of their audience? We can’t say for certain precisely why they would do this. However, what is certain is when a company intentionally and repeatedly makes decisions that hurt its business, then they are probably hiding some kind of outside subsidization.

In other words, Facebook is protecting the interests of someone other than themselves, and they are either being paid to do so, or they are being strong-armed into doing so. Knowing how left-wing Silicon Valley is, it’s probably not strong-arming.

But it gets worse. Now Faceblock is calling for violence against conservatives.

Here’s Paul Joseph Watson with more.


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