A lawmaker on the House Armed Services Committee is pressing Facebook to explain why it banned advertisements from a conservative-leaning newspaper that has been known to investigate Chinese human rights abuses, according to a copy of a letter sent to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and exclusively obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
Two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Friday continued to blame others for her 2016 loss while she was speaking at a screening of a Netflix documentary on the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Mayor Pete "Boat Shoes" Buttigieg, aka "Mayor Beast," wasn't shy about attacking media darling Elizabeth Warren during last week's Democratic primary debate. Now, the establishment-backed candidate is triggering libs all over again following reports that he "quietly" received staffing recommendations from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.) on Saturday repeated her criticism of Facebook, despite paying the social media giant over $425,000 in advertising expenses for her reelection campaign, according to the latest campaign filing.
Republican Sens. Josh Hawley (Mo.), Ted Cruz (Texas), Mike Braun (Ind.), and Kevin Cramer (N.D.) sent a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday to condemn Facebook’s "so-called fact-check" of the pro-life group Live Action.
Not that long ago—just a week ago in fact—many in the media lost their minds over a Trump supporter's alleged plan to mine the social media feeds of reporters for damaging material. The New York Times, which broke the news, warned the resurfaced posts would be "stripped of context or presented in misleading ways," adding that the endeavor was "fundamentally different from the well-established role of the news media in scrutinizing people in positions of power."