Nigel Farage the Brexit leader blasts Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO and founder of Facebook over his censorship on right-wing views and giving them less of a platform then they deserve and less post reach for conservative opinions.

Please watch the video, you can see Farage picking Mark Zuckerberg apart, claiming that Facebook is not politically neutral in any way and is deceitful towards conservative minded organisations and figures.

 

Nigel Farage went on to say; “You say that Facebook is a platform for all ideas.

“Now historically of course it’s true, that through Facebook or other forms of social media, there is no way that Brexit, Trump or the Italians elections could ever have possibly happened.

“Perhaps you’re horrified by this creation of yours to what it’s led to. I don’t know, but, what is true is that since January this year you’ve changed your algorithms, which it has to lead to a very substantial drop in views and engagement to centre-rightwing opinions.”

Well, it is a well documented fact that Facebook under Mark Zuckerberg’s order do indeed divert the algorithms away from conservative, anti-mass migration political figures and organisations. Remember when Mark Zuckerberg and Angela Merkel were caught on mic scheming against the algorithms on so-called “anti-immigrant posts.” These people hate free-speech.

 

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