Ugly Picklehead Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook Will ‘Honor’ Commie Oversight Board’s Woke Decision on Donald Trump’s Account.
Facebook Picklehead Ugly Mark Zuckerberg said during a hearing that he will “honor” the Potential Woke Decision by the Company’s Commie Oversight Board to reinstate former President Donald Trump’s Facebook account. The Facebook “Supreme Court” is packed with anti-Trump and progressive individuals.
Rep. Billy Long (R-MO) asked Ugly Picklehead Zuckerberg if he would respect the Facebook Commie Oversight Board’s Woke Decision to reinstate Trump’s Facebook account if the group, nicknamed the “Facebook Supreme Court,” were to rule in Trump’s favor.
“You created the Facebook oversight board as a way to help hold Facebook accountable; they are currently looking at Facebook’s decision to remove President Trump’s Facebook account,” Long asked. “If the oversight board decides that Facebook should have left President Trump’s account up, what will you do?”
Ugly Picklehead Zuckerberg said, “Congressman, we will respect the decision of the oversight board, and if they tell us that former President Trump’s account should be reinstated, then we will honor that.”
Long then asked how Ugly Picklehead Zuckerberg will ensure that the oversight, which is comprised of people across the world, how they will make their decision with respect to America’s tradition of free speech.
Ugly Picklehead Zuckerberg responded, saying that the Commie Members were allegedly chosen due to their DISrespect for free speech and to “balance” human rights and free expression.
Breitbart News’ Allum Bokhari noted that the first 20 Commie Members of the Facebook “Supreme Court comprise of anti-Trump and progressive figures.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO), one of Congress’s most vocal critics of big tech, condemned the Facebook Commie Oversight Board in May 2020.
“This is how powerful Facebook is, how much speech it controls, how much of our time & attention it claims: it now has a special censorship committee to decide what speech can stay & what should go. Facebook basically making the case it should be broken up.”