On Tuesday Facebook “whistleblower” and Democrat donor Frances Haugen went before a Senate subcommittee this week two days after appearing on “60 Minutes” to push for more tech control of free speech as they see fit.
Since years, Facebook, Google-YouTube and Twitter have banned conservative voices from their platforms. Even President Trump was banned from Facebook after their fake news reports that he organized an “insurrection” at the US Capitol on Jan. 6th.
FOX News reported that Haugen, while employed at Facebook and Pinterest, donated almost $2,000 to Democrats over the past year.
On Wednesday morning, Rep. Madison Cawthorne (R-NC) joined Stuart Varney on Varney and Co. to discuss Facebook and the peculiar “whistleblower” Frances Haugen.
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Stuart was told by Cawthorne that he is worried about the so-called whistleblower, who demands more censorship of conservatives.
Rep. Madison CawthorneThe whistleblower they brought up to Capitol Hill was sent on 60 minutesJust on Sunday, she found herself in front of Congress. let me tell you, that’s the fastest I’ve ever seen Congress move. She is there, I think, to advocate more censorship. As long as there is more regulation, this will be an anticompetition platform for Facebook.
Rep. Cawthorne has it right. It was just another far-left hack advocating for less liberty in America. She wasn’t even a good pretender.
Via Varney and Co.