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Zuckerberg Admits To F.B.I. Tampering And Collusion

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It looks like Zuckerberg just came clean on Joe Rogan’s podcast—perhaps he sees the writing on the wall…

The founder and C.E.O. of Facebook told Rogan that he and his company fully complied with a request from the F.B.I. to withhold and censor the Hunter Biden laptop story for at least 7 days.

Obviously, we all knew this was true, but it is nice to see this stunning admission from the head of Facebook…

Zuckerberg went on to criticize Twitter’s handling of the story, but I can’t help but wonder if he is just doing this to distract from what Facebook did.

My biggest question is: why now?

Why is Zuckerberg finally coming out to tell everyone this? Is he trying to distance himself from the spooks at a quickly collapsing F.B.I?

Following the Mar-A-Lago raid, Many people are now openly discussing disbanding the F.B.I—including some U.S. politicians—this is not a very sustainable position for the agency to be in, is it?

Here’s what Zuckerberg said to Rogan:

Fox News dissected the recent conversation:

Zuckerberg insisted that Facebook users were “still allowed to share” the Post’s reporting on the Hunter Biden laptop even as their “third-party fact-checking program” was looking into whether it was misinformation, but acknowledged that the “ranking in [the] news feed was a little bit less” and that “fewer people saw it than would’ve otherwise.”

 

Daily Wire writes:

Zuckerberg’s disclosure indicates the bureau was apparently active on at least two fronts in shutting down a story that could have changed the course of the election.

Legacy news organizations including The New York Times, The Washington Post, and CNN initially dismissed the story as Russian disinformation — as did Biden — but have since acknowledged the laptop’s authenticity.





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