Facebook Algorithm Flags, Removes Declaration of Independence Text as Hate Speech


In the wake of news just hours old that Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook face a broadening investigation of data sharing practices, comes this little gem of a story.

Who would have guessed that the Declaration of Independence is hate speech. So said (((Zuckerberg’s))) operation.

Facebook’s algorithm is the least of Zuck’s worries now. He might consider the possibility that he’s going to be prosecuted for providing Congress with false testimony.


America’s founding document might be too politically incorrect for Facebook, which flagged and removed a post consisting almost entirely of text from the Declaration of Independence. The excerpt, posted by a small community newspaper in Texas, apparently violated the social media site’s policies against hate speech.

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Viral Facebook Campaign Raises $3.5 Million Fast to Get Illegals Out of Detention Centers


Scroll down to the middle of this post to see two photos of the libtards who’ve had huge success with a Facebook fund raising effort that’s aimed at freeing illegal border jumpers, putting them on the streets of America, with their children (or somebody’s children) in tow.

The silicon valley types who are behind this nonsense want illegals and legals alike for their cheap labor. Silicon Valley does not have clean hands when it comes to the issues of immigration.

Mercury News

A Silicon Valley couple, horrified at the images of immigrant children being separated from their parents, are marshaling their vast connections in the tech community and beyond to raise $3.5 million — and counting — to “Reunite an immigrant parent with their child.”

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Richard Spencer Banned from Facebook

Richard believes his ban by Facebook is because the alt-right is the only anti-war voice left in America besides the libertarians and maybe a few others.


Facebook has banned the American white nationalist who popularised the term “alternative right”.

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Slippery Weasel Zuckerberg Faces Day 2 of Senate Hearing, as Internet Notices Booster Seat for the Little Fellow

The Internet is paying a lot of attention to Mark Zuckerberg’s seat cushion when it should be paying 100 percent attention to what he’s saying.

Added height or the perception of height is a psychological ploy to increase the “authority figure” idea in the minds of others.

You can read more about the cushion at Fortune and other sites. Let’s see what Zuck has had to say in his second day of testimony. Links to several articles and a dozen Tweets flesh out the political theater that has a nation mesmerized. Not that hatred of Zuck is going to diminish because of anything he has to say.

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Zuck Grilled at Senate Hearing Over Personal Info Scam


If you want the gist of the Senate questioning of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, this link to Reuters will give it to you.

Important point:

The linked excerpt below offers a look at the personality of Zuckerberg, one of the most hated men in America now. I believe I would summarize the insights into two words: Jewish chutzpah. If I wanted to add more, I’d write: liberal bias.

I’ve bolded some key thoughts below. I’ve also added some Tweets expressing disgust for Zuck and the Congress.

New Yorker

Mark Zuckerberg has spent most of his adult life apologizing, but he hasn’t managed to improve much. Ever since he was caught scraping faces from Harvard’s intranet for Facemash, his viral hot-girl-comparison Web site, in 2003, he has been explaining how he never wanted it to turn out this way, that he is taking steps to make sure that it never happens again, that his tech idealism remains pure.

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Users Surprised to Learn that Zuck’s Spy Machine Logs All Your Calls and Text Messages

Pay attention, kiddies and idiots.

All of those “free” apps have a price attached, namely giving up your privacy.

Let’s first go back to a warning given about Facebook in 2013. Then we’ll move on to last week’s revelations that left some Facebook users shocked.

Excerpt from Business Insider

Mark Zuckerberg runs a giant spy machine in Palo Alto*, California. He wasn’t the first to build one, but his was the best, and every day hundreds of thousands of people upload the most intimate details of their lives to the Internet. The real coup wasn’t hoodwinking the public into revealing their thoughts, closest associates, and exact geographic coordinates at any given time. Rather, it was getting the public to volunteer that information. Then he turned off** the privacy settings.

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Facebook Stock Plunging, Existential Crisis Looms

Although Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook have been making headlines the last two days, the word “Trump” is inserted in all the stories.

What we have is a hatchet job on President Trump as much as a response to Zuckerberg and Facebook in relation to personal data of Facebook users being compromised.


Facebook Inc. shares posted their steepest drop since 2015 as U.S. and European officials demanded answers to reports that a political advertising firm retained information on millions of the social network’s users without their consent.

Politicians on both sides of the Atlantic are calling on Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg to appear before lawmakers to explain how U.K.-based Cambridge Analytica, the data-analysis firm that helped Donald Trump win the U.S. presidency, was able to harvest the personal information.

Here we go again. Trump is not a legit president because somebody did something on Facebook. No one voted for Trump because Hillary was a lousy candidate and because they liked Trump’s ideas.

No, they voted for Trump because the Russians made them do it and because a company did something (it’s not explained what it did) to make Trump the winner.

Fake, fake, fake, fake, fake, fake … news.

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