So, Hillary would like to be the new CEO of Facebook, so she can assure people
“get accurate information on which to make decisions” shut down conservative voices, and make sure they are never heard from again. There can be no doubt that Democrats and their allies in social media know by now, that Hillary lost the election because, for the first time ever, Americans were given the opportunity to get the truth from alternative news sources, rather than relying on pro-Hillary news outlets like CNN, The New York Times or the Washington Post. Conservative news sources like ours, that relied heavily on Facebook for traffic, saw a dramatic drop in the number of people going to our website after Trump won the 2016 presidential election.
The last thing America needs is Crooked Hillary” at the helm of social media giant Facebook, who has already brought so many legitimate conservative-leaning news sites to their knees, for supporting the wrong candidate in 2016.
Hillary Clinton is apparently willing to swap a life in politics to lead the world’s largest social-networking company.
The 2016 presidential candidate was at Harvard on Friday receiving the Radcliffe Medal, which honors people who’ve “had a transformative impact on society.” Attorney General Maura Healey, a Democrat from Massachusetts, asked Clinton which company she’d want to be the CEO of.
Clinton didn’t pause before quickly answering “Facebook.”
“It’s the biggest news platform in the world,” she said. “Most people in our country get their news — true or not — from Facebook.”
Facebook is working to win back its users’ trust following a series of recent controversies, including the Cambridge Analytica scandal, in which data from as many as 87 million Facebook users, was improperly shared with the political consultancy. In April, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg testified before Congress on data privacy concerns and censorship. Earlier this week, he appeared before the European Parliament to discuss the influence Facebook has had on elections there.
Clinton acknowledged that Facebook is trying to tackle some of the “unexpected consequences of their business model” and that “it really is critical to our democracy that people get accurate information on which to make decisions.”