If you are devoted to seeking truth, then you need to realize that the liberals can still play dirty politics with the best of them…
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen is now making the rounds yet again, but not for a good reason this time: in a nutshell, she wants all openly conservative content to be either shadow-banned or outright eliminated. To make matters worse, he is now working with former Obama operative Bill Burton and his consulting firm, Bryson Gillette.
According to the Free Beacon, Burton is involved in helping to manage Haugen’s public debut, but he is not doing anyone (except for the Democrats) any favors here. To many, her public debut seems to be part of a broader Democrat initiative. This becomes increasingly evident as you watch Haugen attack those who question the 2020 election. Does this pass the smell test? No, unless you are a big fan of Democrat and liberal operations.
Bill Burton does not believe in freedom of speech in America. He wants to control thought and content online, and this makes him a tool of the left. This is bad news, folks, and it is going to lead to more censorship across the internet.
Eliana Johnson at the Free Beacon is reporting the following:
The Facebook whistleblower who revealed herself in a 60 Minutes interview is getting strategic communications guidance from a top Democratic operative, according to a source with direct knowledge of the relationship, which was confirmed by another half-dozen sources with indirect knowledge of the partnership.
Frances Haugen, the former Facebook employee who has for the past 10 months fed internal documents to a top Wall Street Journal reporter, and who revealed her identity in a primetime broadcast on Sunday, is working with the political consultant and former Obama administration deputy press secretary Bill Burton and his consulting firm, Bryson Gillette. It is unclear when Haugen’s relationship with Burton and Bryson Gillette began, how big her communications team is, and whether it includes other political operatives.
But Burton is now deeply integrated with an emerging infrastructure on the left comprised of individuals and organizations, including the nonprofit Center for Humane Technology, seeking to press Facebook to more aggressively police political content.
In Haugen’s public testimony, industry and political insiders see a sophisticated communications campaign intended to put Facebook on defense, from a steady trickle of leaked internal documents that fueled a Wall Street Journal investigative series dubbed “The Facebook Files” to the blockbuster 60 Minutes interview to congressional testimony scheduled to begin Tuesday. Haugen on Sunday also debuted a slick personal website in part to field media requests.
“It does have the appearance of being an incredibly well-orchestrated communications campaign,” said the GOP operative Kevin McLaughlin, the former director of the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
If you are seeking truth, you won’t be able to find it with this bunch, that is for sure.