Thank goodness Steve Scalise survived the deranged Democrat’s attempt to murder him for his political views, so he could stand up for his fellow conservatives against the liberal social media machine’s blatant censorship.
Rep. Scalise and Rep. Mark Meadows of The Freedom Caucus are both vying for the speakership in Congress. Paul Ryan just announced that he will be stepping down in January. Scalise asked spot on questions to Mark Zuckerberg regarding the censorship at Facebook that’s been well documented (see below). It’s great to see a Republican who’s unafraid of asking bold questions…
Gateway Pundit reports:
Rep. Steve Scalise: I do want to ask you about a study that was done by Western Journal dealing with the algorithm that Facebook uses to describe what is fed to people through the newsfeed and what they found was after this new algorithm was implemented that there was a tremendous bias against conservative news and content. And a favorable bias towards liberal content. And if you can look at that it shows a 16 point disparity which is concerning… Who develops the algorithm?… You can also put a bias in if that’s the directive. Was there a directive to put a bias in? Are you aware of this bias that many people have looked at and analyzed and seen?
Mark Zuckerberg: Congressman this is a really important question. There is absolutely no directive in any of the changes that we’ve made.
WE KNOW THIS TO BE AN UNTRUTH…Many large conservative Facebook pages have seen HUGE drops in their reach and audience.
PRESIDENT TRUMP’S own Facebook page had a drop of over 45% in viewership after the algorithm change.
Western Journal’s report:
Liberal publishers have gained about 2 percent more web traffic from Facebook than they were getting prior to the algorithm changes implemented in early February.
On the other hand, conservative publishers have lost an average of nearly 14 percent of their traffic from Facebook.
This algorithm change, intentional or not, has in effect censored conservative viewpoints on the largest social media platform in the world. This change has ramifications that, in the short-term, are causing conservative publishers to downsize or fold up completely, and in the long-term could swing elections in the United States and around the world toward liberal politicians and policies.