Big Shock: Facebook’s Oversight Board That Banned Trump Is All Far-Left, Soros Funded Activists

So the Oversight Board for Facebook that made the recent decision to go ahead and ban former President Donald Trump from the platform indefinitely is completely made up of radical left-wing, George Soros-funded activists.

This will not likely come as a shock to anyone who hasn’t had their head buried in the sand, but it’s important to know who the opposition is that we have to face down in order to exercise our First Amendment rights.

According to The National Pulse,  ”

Facebook describes the board as wielding ‘judgment over some of the most difficult and significant content decisions’ and has the power to overrule the company’s founder Mark Zuckerberg.”

Among the group’s members are six individuals who have connections to leftist organizations that receive a whole lot of cash flow from progressive big shot billionaire George Soros, several former aides to Kamala Harris, and some individuals from the Obama administration.

The National Pulse report highlights some comments that were made by these individuals back in June 2020 and it’s clear they have an anti-Trump bias:

Nighat Dad: God forbid if Trump becomes the president, this will be my last visit to US #TrumpWantsTheWall #Debate
Nicolas Suzor: I love this! “Teen Vogue vs Trump; American Vogue vs Hitler”
Tawakkol Karman: “Unfortunately I don’t trust Trump because I generally don’t trust racist people. 

“Today, the Oversight Board upheld Facebook’s suspension of former US President Donald Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts. As we stated in January, we believe our decision was necessary and right, and we’re pleased the board has recognized that the unprecedented circumstances justified the exceptional measure we took,” Facebook said as they discussed the board’s most recent display of its power.

With this sort of bias well established on the left, it’s hard to imagine that Trump will ever be reinstated to Facebook. But, maybe that can be a good thing. Maybe Trump and others can take this opportunity to build different platforms. It’s worth a shot.


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