WATCH: James O’Keefe exposes Facebook targeting conservatives via new Facebook whistleblower!

James O’Keefe has done it again.

A Facebook insider has come forward to O’Keefe as a whistleblower and reveals how Facebook is actively targeting conservatives.

The video is 20 minutes and well worth watching. It’s better than the Cohen hearing, I assure you:



In the video, this Facebook whistleblower reveals that there’s a ‘deboosting’ algorithm that’s been applied to conservative sites on Facebook. She even provides the documentation to prove it and says she’s seen this applied to conservative pages that belong to The Daily Caller, Steven Crowder, and Mike Cernovich.

Crowder has had a heck of a time with both Youtube and Facebook in the past. Now we know why…

Of course, O’Keefe caught up with the author of the deboosting algorithm and he was not interested in talking.

She also revealed documentation that shows that certain keywords that conservatives use, like ‘sjw’, are being used to target conservatives as well.

When asked if Zuckerberg knows this, she couldn’t say, but believes he needs to know what’s happening in his company.

As a side note, I stopped watching in the middle of the video so I could run and post this for you. Be sure and watch the full video above to get everything she reveals.

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Thomas-Aquinas
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Deboost Facebook

djumv
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This, along with the massive breeches of privacy that Facebook forces you to accept to use their services is exactly why I stopped using it.

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Radical Leftist ideologues of Silicon Valley “Masters of the Universe” tech web companies Google, Facebook, Twitter, et al, are not just anti-American Socialists, they’re Fascists, who’s intolerant extremism is seen through their actions to control people’s thought expression, using coded tech ability to be determine who they will allow to be seen and heard, is no different than the 3rd Reich, Stalin’s, Mao’s, now China and North Korean communist thug dictatorship regimes.

Leftism is an ideological “ism” every bit as dangerous and evil as Fascism-Nazism, Socialism/Marxist-Communism, Islamist Muslim Terrorism, Cultism, etc, in fact it is exactly the same, even worse, for they operate under the guise of Democracy.

Sen Ted Cruz: Use Antitrust Laws to Break ‘Massive Power’ of Tech Lords who ‘Subvert Our Democratic Process’
http://www.breitbart.com/radio/2018/04/25/exclusive-ted-cruz-use-antitrust-laws-to-break-massive-power-of-tech-lords-to-subvert-our-democratic-process/

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In related news, a programmer (posing as a Republican) recently attacked TrumpTown from within.

Also, Facebook didn’t feel the need to suspend my account until it started amassing friends/followers in support of Cruz’s presidential run in 2016. This Project Vertias video kind of confirms the timing wasn’t coincidental. Can’t wait ’til it all comes crashing down on them.

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Facebook removed one of my posts supporting Ted Cruz.

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Gee, this is my shocked faced (not).

Renny
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Can’t wait to see what happens with Crowder and ABC btw. He’s pretty stoked.

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It’s nothing new for FB, they have deleting anything remotely conservative since Bush ran for president, FB began in 2004.

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I was on the Facebook live with Steven Crowder on Sunday night when they hard stopped his transmission right in the middle of the show. It was amazing. I then got a message on Instagram that they were thrown off both of YouTube and Facebook and were working to re-establish the connection. The ended up only being able to connect back on Facebook and Steven did a rant that went viral about ABC/Disney and their “supposed” copywright on the Oscars. It was a bogus excuse, but after about 20 minutes, I reconnected and watched until the end. This is why I subscribe to the Blaze and CRTV. Steven’s Mug Club is his subscription site and the content is great. I think we’ll keep seeing this liberal bias and banning of conservative voices because the left can’t win the argument, so they want to shut us down. Steven is constantly fighting… Read more »

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Rae, well put.

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I completely agree with you! I was watching his stream as well on Sunday. He should stop relying on them and use either his website to stream or BlazeTV if he can allow non-subscribers to view which is why he was on YouTube and FB in the first place. His half Asian lawyer sure does earn his pay!! grin

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I’ll watch this in a while (can’t now), but Ace has a post up about how Don Jr. Has had trouble with these same kinds of tactics with Instagram & Facebook.

Ace (AoSHQ): Don Trump Jr. Breaks Corporate “Conservative” Orthodoxy and Speaks Up Against Censorship Against Conservatives

His point is that politicians and many pundits on the right are not saying much about this problem. Which, I’ve been pointing out, will bite them hard in 2020, because the deplatforming has now been happening with bank accounts.

How do you campaign and fundraise if you're shut out of banking and the biggest media and social media platforms?

RSM has been on this topic for the past few days, as well…

RSM (theothermccain): WHOA! PayPal Working With SPLC To Enforce Ideological Conformity?

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Ace said people like Ben Shapiro are “Corporate Cucks” – anything he says after that I don’t believe comes from someone who is neutral or with half a brain.

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His point is that politicians and many pundits on the right are not saying much about this problem. What can they really say about it though? “You have a Constitutional right to social media?” The problem with this problem is that Conservatism stands for the principle that something cannot be a right if someone else has to provide it to you. Same goes for social necessities – which is just clever wording for nationalized industries. And Conservatism is against nationalization of industry. So…. how exactly do you go about fighting that while staying true to Conservative values? How do you campaign and fundraise if you’re shut out of banking and the biggest media and social media platforms? How do you become a successful Hollywood actor if you’re blackballed by all the major studios? Does one have the right not to be blackballed? It’s a debatable subject – but I’ll end… Read more »

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AvatarK-Bob Check out the first hour of Sebastian Gorka’s podcast from yesterday (2/26/19). He interviewed Don Trump Jr about this and DT Jr was on fire!

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It’s beyond time to regulate tech. Capitalism is not a suicide pact. These people need to be held accountable and have their power checked.

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Be careful what you ask big government to do. They will end up regulating you. This is exactly what the left wants. So tread lightly here.

Ravenrois
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Amen! When did people decide that more government intervention was a good thing?

Dr. Strangelove
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Exactly.

Ravenrois
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The consumer is the one who gives Big Tech power and the free market should be what checks its power. The government can’t solve every problem, private companies have no obligation the to provide people with a platform to speak and doesn’t have to adhere to the 1st Amendment like the government does, they can be progressive propagandists if they like and we can all choose not to give them our business.

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It’s not so much regulate as it is make them responsible for serving everyone. They got a special dispensation with the government that relieves them of responsibility for any content on the site, so they can’t be prosecuted, and thus, can do whatever they want. They should be responsible for serving everyone, just like any business that can’t discriminate because of race, religion or color. They should be held accountable for silencing political voices that they don’t like. This is where free speech comes in. If the supposed “hate” speech is regulated by them, then why are the likes of Louis Farrakhan and other race baiters and even radical Jihadists still given a platform?

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They can’t have it both ways. Either they are publishers (think newspapers) with editorial control and all the liabilities that go with it, or they are providers that are not responsible for how people use their resource (think telephone companies)

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No. We have enough government.

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I deleted my FB account last year, and downloaded all my info prior. Now, my wife tends to tell me what is going on on FB, and I usually just respond “not my problem, not on that trash”. She probably doesn’t appreciate that response, but I really, truly, do not miss the drama, silliness, fake news, and ads. I am perfectly fine not knowing when my 2nd cousin’s dog had his birthday.

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I just left fb in September. Kept the message portion because we have family in the Philippines and Australia. I can chat for free using the message app. It’s on them and if that gets crazy, I have another app I can remain in contact with them through on my phone.

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Running away from the platform is not the answer. It only encourages them.

Kelli
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How does losing users encourage them? That logic makes zero sense.

Renny
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Who are they ‘losing’? Anyone with a conservative, right opinion. You go away, that makes them happy. You’re NOT paying to be there. Geez.

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I can understand what you mean, but that’s unfortunately not correct. Facebook’s social media platform is designed for eyeballs. More eyeballs = more money for ads. Ads pay the bills. Eyeballs = money. Less eyeballs = less money. Getting off the platform is exactly the answer.

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Don’t know anyone that doesn’t use adblock on FB. Leaving FB will not phase them one bit.

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They don’t do what they do for free.

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grin

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I guess the irony is lost on them in this right? I mean if your ideas are soooo good and your opponents are soooo stupid. Wouldn’t you want your opponents to speak loudly and often? I know I do. The fact that these lefties spend all their time trying to silence their opposition really should be a red flag in their own minds…. But then, you have to abandon logic, truth and reason to be a lefty don’t you.

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mental illness much

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I’m willing to bet that this is the tip of an iceberg…

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facebook must be dismantled

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They are a private business, conservatives shouldn’t be advocating private businesses being forced to behave against their wishes if they aren’t violating any laws by the government, that’s tyranny.

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A company should respect the human right of free speech as should any government.

Stop defending their suppression of perfectly legal speech.

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They have the right to associate their product with a certain point of view and not have the government interfere and that right is actually a legitimate 1st Amendment issue. I don’t like FB and I don’t like censorship but they have the right to operate in any way that they see fit and nobody is forced to use their product, the government can’t fix everything and conservatives should remember that better than most.

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They should advertise that they only want a certain point of view then. Many of these people being purged are hurt financially and were under the impression that they would be treated fairly.

If you are an American company that expects the constitution to protect your business then you should respect the human rights that are protected by it as well and not use “muh private company” as an excuse to shut down political speech.

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So what else can the government force private businesses to do pay for birth control that contravenes their sincerely held personal beliefs? The Government has no business telling private companies what to do unless they are breaking the law!

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What obligations does a company enjoying then protections of our constitution have to its users?

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They must operate within their advertised guidelines and mustn’t break the law and that’s it. Its up to the individual to decide f they want to associate with the free speech banning tyrants of FB not up to FB to change at the barrel of the government regulatory gun. Lets be clear I despise FB, Twitter, Youtube etc but I choose whether or not I wish to post on them and I understand that they are progressive tools! Guess what its not a crime to be a progressive tool and they have every right to run their business that way if they choose to, the free market can/should/will decide how doing so shakes out for them.

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They arent advertising as a site for progressive viewpoints only.

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They aren’t only providing progressive view points, they have many biases and have tactics to promote their favored viewpoints over others and that’s [email protected] but not illegal. What makes you believe that the government regulation would improve the situation anyway?

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I dont advocate regulations, just a little bit of trust busting.

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That attitude is why you got Trump.

Wake up.

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When federal agencies and local governments make regular use of a business, and it becomes necessary to use that business to communicate with those federal agencies and local governments, it stops becoming a business and starts being a utility, and should be regulated as such.

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The government can choose not to use those businesses, there is no mandate anywhere declaring that federal agencies use social media at all much less FB in particular and they could choose not to avail of it tomorrow if they so wished. Less government should always be the ideal not more unnecessary regulation.

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I agree, but then they should not be given special permission from the government to not be held liable for anything that happens. The government has granted them special dispensation that you and I do not receive as citizens. I say let the free market decide what to read or view. We do not need their leftist arbiters censoring content. That stifles free speech and is against the first amendment of the constitution. Remember, the first amendment was for ALL speech, good and bad, but especially for speech that is offensive or in other words “hate speech” that others don’t like. That is why we have the first amendment.

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This is another one of those times I have to ask people, is it really worth using knowing what you know about it? There’s just no real benefit to facebook that I have ever been able to discern.

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Free long-distance calls but there are plenty of social media companies and apps offering those now.

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Though I have both a Facebook and Twitter account I don’t post on them. I will check FB to see what friends are doing. As for Twitter I will see what news of the day I can find. However, anyone who follows me on Twitter has to be disappointed because I seldom post anything. I think the last time was Aug. of last year.

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Facebook stopped being relevant to me MANY years ago. When The Left controls social media, they control the minds of our youth – and people overall (imo). This is evil. This is wrong.

James O’Keefe is a national treasure. God bless (and protect) him!

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Parents continue to outsource the raising of their children to social media and schools so its in the lefts best interests to control those things. Consumers have all of the power and could bring FB to its knees tomorrow by deleting the app or just ignoring it but they done because……. they are lazy and want to be treated like sheep, its sad but true.

O’Keefe is a treasure, I wish that there ware a thousand more like him but this story isn’t a bombshell or even news.

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Fair points.

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Consumers have all of the power and could bring FB to its knees tomorrow by deleting the app or just ignoring it but they done because……. they are lazy and want to be treated like sheep, its sad but true.

They also apparently think that the benefit is greater than the cost.

I just don’t know what the benefit is. Sharing memes with third cousins you’d otherwise never talk to?

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The only benefits of FB that I know of are the ability to spy on people who are too naive to cherish their privacy and free long distance calls though the messenger app.

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I have absolutely no trouble believing this but ultimately……… so what? FB is a private company and can do whatever they want and whilst I think that it is absolutely despicable that they are attempting to control the populous by manipulating when, where and what content is seen its their right to do so. Consumers have all of the power in this situation, they can choose not to use social media platforms that engage in censorship and if they did then free market would dictate the response of those outlets by forcing them to adapt or change their policies or lose vast amounts of revenue. I’m really sick of peeps crying because progressives are acting like progressives, there has never been a time when leftists in the private sector haven’t used their products and influence to grind away at conservatives so why all the shock and outrage that its happening… Read more »

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Facebook won’t change but it’s worthwhile to expose their bias and tactics so people can know. Exposure is a good thing.

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Except the personal exposure that gets you arrested. grin

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People know and they are fine with it just so long as the voices being silenced aren’t ones that they like, conservatives are often just as willing to see companies engage in these kinds of tactics when its people that they don’t care for feeling the brunt of jackboot and to prove my point I’ll give you one example…….. Alex Jones! How many conservatives called for him to be removed from social media platforms(and the media in general) when he spouted some nutty nonsense that they didn’t like? How many conservatives we just delighted when the same social media companies that are screwing over Crowder, Shapiro and Trump silenced Jones? Lots is the answer, we need to remember that.

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Agree. They are private and can be as Pravda or not Pravda (as it were) as they wish. If Conservatives had interest, start a different FB.

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The problem is when most conservative sites get started they get bought out, infiltrated, or harassed by the Left so much that they eventually become Left leaning.
Mark Levin’s works are the only ones for which I have faith they will not be taken over, at least as long as Mark lives.

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Truth is hard to find…Levin is a golden source.

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The problem is they didn’t tell anyone what they were doing. Now that people know you’re correct.

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If only the Boy Scouts of America….er “BSA” had the same fortitude.

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So… did Facebook and other social media outlets collude with the Democrat Party to help Hillary Clinton?

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Probably.

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Does the sun rise in the east?

Eric
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Only when it self-identifies as rising in the east. Otherwise, it rises wherever it feels like rising, whenever it feels like rising, and you can’t tell me (or the sun) that I’m wrong./s

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The sun doesn’t rise or set, but FB and Google totally colluded with Hillary.

Eric
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Now you’re just being a racist sun-a-phobe.

Texas Chris
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1) Collusion is not a crime, and;
2) 100% yes, hell yes, always yes.

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So they fired her for being a whistle blower? I thought the left says that we should like whistle blowers who expose the nefarious activities of corporations.

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trytothinktrytothink “the Left says…”
lol I lol lol

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The Left’s motto is “what is good for me is not for thee”.

Texas Chris
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I’m sure they fired her for breach of contract. FB is huge on non-disclosure agreements for its employees.

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I dropped Facebook about 6 months ago. I missed it for about 10 minutes.

Am I surprised that they would target conservatives? Not at all, but then nothing the Left does suprises me anymore.

Good for O’Keefe, I hope this means that more people will walk away from it, it adds no real value to life.

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Heck studies show that people who actively use facebook are more unhappy than those who don’t.
I still love the T-shirt that says “may your life one day be as good as you say it is on Facebook.”

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Anyone still using Facebook is silly

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I will watch this later for sure when I have more time, but this is only slightly OT:

Yesterday Don Trump Jr was on the first hour of Sebastian Gorka’s new radio show (he also just started his free podcast) and he (DT Jr) was describing how he was recently posting stuff on his Instagram account, getting a ton of “likes” but NO new followers! Turns out Instagram was monkeying with his account. Of course they denied it was intentional but please, who believes that?

He was hopping mad, as you can imagine. I don’t think these social media platforms are going to get away with this nonsense for too much longer.

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He can get on gab is he really wanted to make a difference instead of whining about it.

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TracyTracy I disagree. Gab may be fun but it’s not mainstream. It’s relinquishing yet another institution (yes, social media is a new institution) to the Left. Don’t they control enough?

DT Jr is in the perfect position to make this an issue. Add to it evidence from people like James O’Keefe and Dennis Prager (who is also fighting this battle) and I’m sure countless others, and maybe something really positive can be done.

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They have power because they are a monopoly.

Spread it around and they all become less.

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Except leftists are making it impossible for Gab to accept payments because they’re harassing the credit card companies.

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They have a payment processor now – second amendment processing – that respects the right to free speech (and bearing arms)

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I’d believe that but it’s the same thing I’ve been saying about Hillary, the Dems, and the Deep State.

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I have heard there are lawsuits in the works. Prager for sure is working on one.

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Well visualize me on my knees praying this happens. Until the Left starts paying for their evil ways, they will not stop, and why should they. It’s like disciplining your toddler, if they never pay a price for their transgressions, there’s no incentive to behave.

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If you’re still getting your political news and insights from Facebook, you’re not too bright. You might as well be using Huffpo as your main source.

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I dumped them years ago when they were targeting 2A sites.

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Tried it for a couple of months when it first got popular and found it useless and creepy. Dropped it and never looked back.

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I think that the tipping point was when an ex-girlfriend invited me to her wedding.

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Free food on the ex’s budget, a chance to give the groom a little advice… what’s not to love? smile

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Where were you when I needed you?

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rofl

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I disagree. Many of us are mem-lording and sh!tposting for educational purposes all over Facebook. That’s what it’s there for. To educate folks with the least possible effort through memes.

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And just when will the mass migration from Facebook by people on the right, or just people with the sense of fair play, begin?

If you keep taking sh!t they’ll keep treating you like sh!t.

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I hear that the kids have abandoned it and these days it’s mostly pics of grandkids.

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None of my kids use it anymore but a lot of family my age group and older still do. Groups are the best feature and I do miss them.

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My sons aren’t on it at all. The wife and I had a shared account that we haven’t touched in years.

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What cracked me up was the people who screamed about invasion of privacy while detailing their last bowel movement.

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It’s one of the things that drove my sons off. They couldn’t believe how stupid friends and acquaintances were. They would point out that these people would post drunken and drug filled escapades for all to see.

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Yeah, police use it routinely now.

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Exactly! On the one hand they scream out about privacy, on the other hand they share pictures of their house, of their car, of their kids, of their vacation, etc. So now I know where you live, what you look like, what you drive, what your kids look like, and when you’re out of town… insane.

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What do the kids use?

Tracy
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Two use no social media anymore the other posts occasionally to Instagram.

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Facebook owns Instagram, so they’re still using Facebook under a different name,

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My youngest goes on a Reddit conservative site. My oldest doesn’t use any site, he just texts and calls people, which I wouldn’t have thought people his age do anymore.

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I occasionally visit the_donald reddit site. smile

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I’m not sure if that’s his main one, but I know he goes to that site.

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OK, thanks.

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Those grandkids, when they are old enough, aren’t gonna appreciate having their faces plastered all over the web.

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Good point.

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My granddaughters let me know a long time ago that they would not appreciate my plastering their images on-line. I respected their privacy and respected them for wanting their privacy.

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Exactly, peeps cry about it then spend half of their evenings scrolling through their timelines and the social media giants rake in the revenue. Its like peeps who pretend that they’ll be boycotting Target forever after they let gender benders use the ‘little girls room’ and then rush back there a couple of weeks later, why would any company change their MO when the consumer ultimately proves that they are willing to continue to buy their products whether or not they change their distasteful practices.

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Companies, for the most part, count on the short memories and wafer thin commitment to any issue.

I said I would not shop at Target and I’ve never changed my mind. You want my money you best not be putting perverts in the bathrooms with me or mine.

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You’re singing my tune, Marge!

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Yep.

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Texas Chris

When a viable, user friendly, right-leaning (or even non-political) platform is developed then Facebook/Twitter will die.

Lefties don’t have the disposable income to support these platforms. The old folks, adults, working people, who mostly want to just keep in touch with friends and family, they’re the ones clicking on ads and buying crap, not the kids, and not the hipster lefty communist basement dwellers.

They need us. We don’t need them. And the day a developer aims his social media platform at us, boom, the others will die.

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