To the chagrin of many Democrats and Republicans alike, Hillary Clinton refuses to exit the political spotlight. Instead, the twice-failed presidential candidate continues to lash out at various individuals, without any warrant, merit, or reason. Whether Clinton is branding war veteran Tulsi Gabbard as a “Russian asset” or calling President Trump racist, she sure knows how to get on America’s absolute last nerve.
When Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 presidential election, her mind shattered and she couldn’t take it. Since her loss, she’s spent every second blaming everything and everyone other than herself. With the 2020 election currently underway, Clinton isn’t done pointing the finger just yet.
Per reports from Breitbart News, the twice-unsuccessful presidential candidate is now going after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Clinton maintains that Zuckerberg is “Trumpian” and harbors views which she deems as “authoritarian.” The failed candidate didn’t hesitate to spout off these talking points during an interview with Atlantic magazine.
Reviewing Clinton’s Attacks on Zuckerberg
In essence, Clinton has taken umbrage with the manner that Zuckerberg chooses to manage Facebook. Rather than increasing levels of censorship, the Facebook CEO instead maintains that users of the platform ought to determine their own facts via exposure to a variety of opinions. This, however, was expressly written off by Clinton as “Trumpian” and “authoritarian.”
The failed presidential candidate moreover took her unfounded accusations a step further, alleging that Zuckerberg has a vested interest in using Facebook to ensure President Trump’s re-election this fall; once again, there is not an iota of proof to support any of Clinton’s ridiculous assertions.
The twice-unsuccessful presidential candidate also made sure to censure Zuckerberg for failing to crack down on “misinformation” campaigns. Sadly, “misinformation” has become a word that many people use when they disagree with opposing viewpoints or positions. The great irony here is Clinton claiming that Zuckerberg is somehow “authoritarian” for not increasing censorship on his platform.
If Clinton truly believed that Facebook is so terrible and such a hotbed for supposed “misinformation,” she wouldn’t be on the platform. Zuckerberg and Facebook are not above reproach; however, Clinton has a history of lashing out at anything and anyone who fails to fall in line with what she wants.
When Clinton lost the 2016 election, she blamed Facebook along with countless other entities. If the unsuccessful candidate feels this strongly and truly believes what she’s claimed about Facebook over the years, removing herself from the platform is always an option. However, Americans should not hold their breath waiting for Clinton to do something logical or reasonable.
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