Be Better, Social Media!

“oops,” said Internet power-user Mark Faceberg.

Faceberg and the Twatter have privately sought advice from Wingnuttia and Y’all Qaeda.

WSJ:


“Facebook has privately sought advice from the Family Research Council, a conservative Christian public-policy group [ED: the Southern Poverty Law Center classifies FRC as a “hate group” — TG], and its president Tony Perkins, according to people familiar with those meetings.

“Twitter’s Chief Executive Jack Dorsey recently hosted dinners with conservatives, including Grover Norquist, the founder and president of Americans for Tax Reform, which advocates for lower taxes. Advisers on the left include the Southern Poverty Law Center, a civil-rights group that keeps a list of hate groups.”


This is not a good look, no matter how you shake it, to be seeking advice from a noted Hate Group and Tony Perkins, a leader from Y’all Qaeda, who oozes hatred of the ‘mos everywhere he goes.

If Social Media cannot figure out on its own that a notorious conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is bad for their private platform credibility (this is NOT free speech territory), then think of all the other FAKE NEWS that exceeds their grasp (see Browning, Robert).

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2 Responses to Be Better, Social Media!

  1. Dennis Cole says:

    I may just be a junior-grade conspiracy-theorist, but newz like this makes my Spidey-sense begin to tingle. Is there fuckery afoot? I can’t be certain-sure, but a lot of my librul friends on FB have been getting busted, and either placed in FB jail, or put on double-secret probation lately, for the strangest reasons. One friend was suspended for using the word “scum.”

    As for my ownself, I’ve noticed that the ads they’re posting in my Feedz have a decidedly right-leaning slant these days, with offers to join tRump admiration societies, whereas I used to get a predominance of lefty (loony) invites.

    This all reminds me of that old Poe story, “The Sales- Pitch And The Pendulum.” And as I recall, IT didn’t have a happy ending, did it?

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  2. roket says:

    Meeting face to face with the haters tells me they’re working on a better way to get their message out. Using poor pitiful Perkins makes it obvious.

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