Republicans throughout the country can believe Trump lost, but none are doing as poorly as those in Wisconsin.
Blumenthal Asks Zuckerberg: Why Is Steve Bannon Still On Facebook After Calling For Murder Of Officials?
Mark Zuckerberg doesn't believe Steve Bannon calling for the murder of a government officials violates Facebook policies enough to have him banned.
"Force will be met with force. That's the way this is going to have to work. It's really unfortunate," he told Alex Jones.
New companies are joining the number of advertisers fleeing Facebook as the boycott against the social media giant grows.
"Americans can't even trust that you won't allow foreign spies to undermine this year's presidential election. You have already proved yourself capable of turning a blind eye to foreign interference, so long as the advertising checks clear," he wrote in the Washington Post.
It was a rare meltdown from the Morning Joe host.
"He is lying to you. He is lying to himself. He is lying to the American people!" the Morning Joe host ranted.
Other media outlets are starting to complain about Facebook not being treated as the media company they truly are. Despite whatever Mark Zuckerberg wants you to believe.
Interesting (read "sketchy" tax practices provide special protection for the Mark Zuckerberg and his social media behemoth from the IRS.
On Wednesday night NBC reported that following a visit to Capitol Hill in which Zuckerberg pushed the idea of Facebook’s own cryptocurrency, he stopped in for a secret dinner with Donald Trump and board member Peter Thiel.
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