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6 Oct, 2021 22:52

Is ex-Facebook 'whistleblower' a Big tech false flag?

Frances Haugen, former Facebook employee who testified before Congress this week a mere two days after appearing on national television to “blow the whistle” on Facebook’s alleged privileging of corporate profits over the wellbeing of users, works with a PR firm associated with the Obamas and their milieu. And senators' reaction to her testimony seemed firmly in line with what “Big Government, Big Tech and Big Media” most desires: Greater power to control the conversation and purge online platforms of threatening points of view.