Many “awake” conservatives seem to be well aware of the fact that Facebook is corrupt and exists and operates largely outside of the law. But did you know that Facebook also has its own “supreme court” that decides which content is permissible on the platform and which content has to be censored?
This so-called “Oversight Board” is stacked with 20 “semi-independent” people who, upon closer look, are mostly far-left activists with their own axes to grind. For example, one is a “human rights expert” and former editor-in-chief of The Guardian (United Kingdom) who just so happens to also be a member of the George Soros Open Society project.
There is also Alan Rusbridger, another former editor-in-chief of The Guardian – really? – and far-leftist who has been criticized by various Conservative Party MPs (members of parliament) in the U.K. for his liberal bias on various matters. Back in 2017, Rusbridger expressed public support for Robert Mueller’s “obstruction of justice” investigation against President Trump.
Facebook’s supreme court is so stacked, in fact, that Conservative MP Damian Green, a member of the U.K. Parliament’s committee on Culture, Media, and Sport, went on record in stating that Facebook “fails miserably to provide confidence in its political balance.”
“Globally, Facebook is much more important than any newspaper or broadcaster, so it has a consequent responsibility to demonstrate it is open to a range of views,” he went on to add.
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Other prominent members of Facebook’s supreme court include:
• Nicolas Suzor, a law professor who once said that he “loved” an article comparing President Trump to Adolph Hitler
• Helle Thorning-Schmidt, a former Prime Minister of Denmark for the left-wing Social Democrat party
• Afia Asantewaa Asare-Kyei, another “human rights expert” connected to George Soros’ Open Society network
• Pamela Karlan, a former member of Barack Obama’s Justice Department in the civil rights division
• Evelyn Aswad, a former member of Hillary Clinton’s state department in the human rights division
Aswad, by the way, is a strong proponent of online censorship of “hate speech,” which we know encompasses all speech that leftists find “offensive” or merely bothersome.
One of the only halfway decent members of Facebook’s supreme court is Harvard Law professor Noah Feldman, a well-known liberal academic who was one of the Democrats’ “expert witnesses” during the Trump impeachment hearings. Feldman, as you may recall, penned a letter last year suggesting that impeachment “is a process, not a vote,” which basically invalidated the Democrats’ impeachment hoax.
Feldman is not a conservative, nor does he support President Trump. And the reason why this even matters is because nobody on Facebook’s supreme court holds conservative viewpoints, the closest being John Samples, the current vice president of the Koch-funded Cato Institute, which is also largely anti-Trump.
Samples, according to Breitbart, would seem to be a “Never Trumper” who has stated in the past that the president is engaging in an “assault on American institutions.” Samples has also accused Trump of appearing to “oppose basic ideals underpinning liberal democracy,” both of these being prominent liberal talking points.
“Facebook and (Mark) Zuckerberg support free speech only when it comes from the left-wing,” wrote one Breitbart commenter. “When it comes from moderate or right-wing sources, not at all.”
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