Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Video-Diamond and Silk should NOT have been censored, admits Zuckerberg Republicans hammer Zuckerberg for anti-conservative bias


Good!  Republicans finally do something right calling out Mark Zuckerberg for censoring conservatives. 
It's ain't right and Facebook has been doing for a long time. 
Daily Mail reports Republican lawmakers continued to grumble over Facebook's treatment of Trump-supporting sisters Diamond and Silk to the company's CEO Mark Zuckerberg, during his second day of Capitol Hill testimony. 

Rep. Bill Long, a Missouri Republican, hauled out a picture of the two women and asked Zuckerberg to identify them.   

'I believe that, is that Diamond and Silk?' Zuckerberg asked. 
Long said it was. 'That is Diamond and Silk, two biological sisters from North Carolina, I might point out they're African-American, and their content was deemed by your folks to be "unsafe,"' Long said. 
'Diamond and Silk have a question for you. And that question is, "What is unsafe about two black women supporting President Donald J. Trump?"' he continued. 

A number of Republican lawmakers asked Zuckerberg questions about the Trump-supporting sisters over his two days of testimony on Capitol Hill. 

'Well Congressman, nothing is unsafe about that,' Zuckerberg answered.  
Rep. Joe Barton, a Texas Republican, held up his phone and told Zuckerberg he was going to ask him a question that someone had submitted to the congressman's Facebook account. 

'First question: Please ask Mr. Zuckerberg, why is Facebook censoring conservative bloggers such as Diamond and Silk? Facebook called them "unsafe" to the community. That is absurd. They hold conservative views. That isn't unsafe,' Barton said reading the question, and adding his own, 'What's your response?' 

Zuckerberg explained that his team had made 'an enforcement error.' 


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