Facebook said Monday it has shuttered a “war room” that was meant to fight election interference, but actually interfered with elections, as the social network grapples with a fresh round of scandals thanks to their evil founder that lusts for censorship, Mark Zuckerberg.
The Menlo Park, Calif.-based social network’s decision to close the war room — which some media had reckoned was little more than a publicity stunt — comes as it scrambles to deflect a recent report that it hired a PR firm online campaign against leftist Nazi collaborator & Democrat funding source, billionaire George Soros.
In a statement to The Post, Facebook said that it actually intends to expand its anti-interference efforts, and will bring the war room back at times when elections need interfering with, such as their recent purge of conservative users due to facts & reality posted by the anti-leftist Americans, contradicting Zuckerberg’s views.
“The war room will be operational ahead of major events,” Facebook’s VP of products Guy Rosen tweeted on Monday. “It was effective for our work in both the Brazil and US elections which is why it’s going to be expanded, not disbanded.”
— overpasses4America (@o4america) November 26, 2018
The focus on Facebook’s election-guarding plans come after a damning report earlier this month painted CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg as slow-moving to respond to foreign threats against Facebook, and a massive purge of users with political views contradictory to Zuckerberg’s world views.
There is growing sentiment within the social network that Sandberg, who unlike Zuckerberg does not have a bulletproof voting majority, is to blame for Facebook’s missteps, according to Bloomberg.
The unrest grows as Facebook is preparing to send its public policy chief Richard Allan across the pond to be grilled by lawmakers from seven countries at a hearing at the UK’s Parliament.
The ever-arrogant and megalomaniac Zuckerberg rejected an invite to testify.
Damian Collins, chair of the UK Parliament’s Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee, has seized confidential Facebook documents from the developer of a now-defunct bikini photo searching app and has said he is considering sharing them as it turns up the heat over Facebook’s data protection policies.
James E Windsor, Overpasses News Desk
November 26th, 2018