Skip to comments.Zuckerberg Justifies 2020 Election Censorship [semi-satire]
Posted on 08/26/2022 11:34:49 PM PDT by John Semmens
In an interview with Joe Rogan, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg explained why his company participated in the suppression of evidence from Hunter Biden's laptop.
"In the months ahead of the 2020 election the FBI was pushing us pretty hard to help them keep the negative information on the laptop from gaining widespread exposure," Zuckerberg said. "They said it was Russian propaganda. That it was our patriotic duty to assist them in preventing it from influencing voters. They were very persuasive."
"I also remembered that a few years before then Sen. Schumer (D-NY) warned against crossing the intelligence agencies because they have six ways from Sunday to get back at you," the CEO added. "They are heavily armed. They have the resources to manufacture evidence against anyone they dislike. They can kill you and make it look like self-defense or an accident, like they did with Randy Weaver's wife. It seemed prudent that I cooperate."
"Now we know that Hunter's laptop is genuine," Zuckerberg admitted. "Polls showed that if this had been known prior to the election Trump would've won. So, we have to weigh whether using dishonest methods to achieve a good result is something we should regret or be thankful for. I'm glad that someone other than me will have to make that determination."
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Zuckerberg spent 400.000.000 on Biden rigging and he isn’t saying one thing about his stupidity suckers never do.
And the MSM employees are glad that other people will, eventually, in the far-distant future, have to decide whether or not they were obscenely biased liars.
As Democrats like to say, "By any means necessary."
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