George Soros’ Takes Aim at “Pro-Trump” Facebook, Wants to Rid Social Media’s Exchange of Conservative Ideas

Democrats and their financial backers have already begun spreading false propaganda in a preemptive strike to undermine the credibility of the fast-approaching 2020 presidential election.

With President Trump establishing a proven first-term record of success on the economy, foreign policy, immigration, jobs, wages and the best employment rates in 50 years, even hard-line liberals anticipate he will be re-elected in a landslide come this November.

Plus Democrats have no viable candidates. Sleazy Joe Biden’s family corruption has been exposed, Bernie Sanders campaign has been exposed as wanting to put Trump supporters in gulags, Elizabeth Warren is a liar and the others in the primary field have no plan to build on.  That’s why power-brokers such as George Soros and failed candidate Hillary Clinton are targeting Facebook, because they believe it’s a big reason why Trump won in 2016.

“Facebook will work to re-elect Trump, and Trump will protect Facebook. It makes me very concerned about the outcome of 2020,” Soros reportedly said according to Breitbart at the World Economic Forum held at Davos.

The liberal extremist financial backer reportedly went on to personally attack the leader of the free world. “When his fantasy of becoming president became a reality. This has turned his narcissism into a malignant disease.”

If there’s a “malignant disease” afoot, it’s the shadow-funding Soros doles out to violent extremists who try to turn America into a communist dictatorship. His globalist initiatives push open borders that would allow a flood of jihadists to gain traction in Democracies around the world. Not being able to control free speech on social media has stunted his plans and more importantly they have exposed Soros, which is why he fears social media platforms.

“The distinguishing feature of internet platforms is that they are networks, and they enjoy rising marginal returns. They deliberately engineer addiction to the services they provide. This can be very harmful, particularly to adolescents,” Soros reportedly said.

“As Facebook and Google have grown into ever more powerful monopolies, they have become obstacles to innovation, and they have caused a variety of problems of which we are only now beginning to become aware.”

 

If everyday people need any further evidence that the very limited speech conservatives enjoy on Facebook, Google, and others, represent a determined threat to the liberal extremists’ agenda, Hillary Clinton is walking in lock-step with Soros.

“I feel like you’re negotiating with a foreign power sometimes. (Mark Zuckerberg is) immensely powerful. This is a global company that has huge influence in ways that we’re only beginning to understand,” Hillary reportedly said, claiming Zuckerberg is “somehow persuaded, that it’s to his and Facebook’s advantage not to cross Trump. That’s what I believe. And it just gives me a pit in my stomach.”

Hillary has gone on the record floating the conspiracy theory that the Facebook CEO is determined to help President Trump get re-elected. She has stated that because Facebook doesn’t remove all conservative ads, that “it’s Trumpian, it’s authoritarian,” and that Zuckerberg is “not just going to re-elect Trump but intend(s) to re-elect Trump.”

Zuckerberg has called Hillary’s claims, “pretty crazy,” and most conservatives would agree. In the run-up to the 2016 election, conservative voices were routinely blocked by Facebook censors. The shutting down of conservative free speech was so stifling that Congressional hearings were held, and many Americans may recall Trump supporters Diamond & Silk being censored as “unsafe to the community.”

Facebook, like the rest of its Silicon Valley neighbors, has always been a left-leaning platform. It’s no friend to conservatives. The problem establishment Democrats and globalists such as Soros face is the distribution of fact-based information.


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