This smells, bigly.

Mark Zuckerberg gives me the creeps and I don’t trust him as far as I can throw him, and with my beef and his lightweight, believe me, I can toss him to Timbuktu.

He’s handing over to Congress Russian-backed ads placed in Facebook during the presidential campaign.

Quote the article in the WSJ:

After an extensive legal and policy review, today we are announcing that we will also share these ads with congressional investigators,” the company said in a statement. “We believe it is vitally important that government authorities have the information they need to deliver to the public a full assessment of what happened in the 2016 election.

My ass. There is no way Zuckerberg would be capitulating to political pressure to be more forthcoming with information unless HE himself had a motive, an end goal.

The line in the above screen shot that makes me shake in fear is: Our next steps to protect the integrity of the democratic process. Yikes, Zuckerberg protecting our rights? No thank you.

Zuckerberg himself has been very visible making the rounds of diners in Iowa (talk about a fish out of water) so I think this capitulating is all about invalidating Trump somehow, making Zuckerberg look like the really good guy who proved some kind of collusion, and voila, he and Oprah can lead the 2020 Democratic ticket into the WH. Kamala Harris will be AG.


8 thoughts on “This smells, bigly.

  1. Marky Mark has a plan alright. It won’t be good for democracy either. Don’t forget Zuck wants everyone to have a base good income. His path to democracy is scary as hell.

  2. What also smells bigly is Valerie Plame who posted a vile tweet about Jews. She got slammed, she apologized but didn’t mean she was sorry for what she tweeted just that people took exception to her Jew hating comment. It brought about a new hashtag game. Harriet wins.

  3. Personally, I’d like to hear more about what happened to Seth Rich, the Awan brothers, Debbie Washingmachine Schultz, John Pedestal, etc.

    Tinfoil Hat Time:

      1. True. My only hope is that the ducks are being lined up so that when the indictments go out, the democrat spin machine can’t be effective.

        I don’t see how Cuckerberg has a chance without some sort of personality transplant. He looks/acts like an AI robot. He’ll probably have creepy old Sheryl Sandberg as his Valerie Jarrett.

  4. OT : did you watch last nights Vietnam episode? I thought it was preachy, especially starting out by mentioning the names soldiers called the Vietnamese. It’s like Burns wanted us to think our soldiers were lowlives by using terms like gooks. Burns also made a big preachy point of the reporter who spoke of the atrocities. Not defending their actions, it was reprehensible, but in my view, Burns was trying to score some political points, not talk about what happened.

    McCain’s capture was a segment last night. I wonder when / if Burns will show Jane Fonda being a traitor.

    1. Before I comment, yesterday I meant to tell you how happy we all are that you are back home. It was a long haul.

      As for last nights show, your comment is spot on to how I saw it. From the very beginning, I felt the tone was far more political than historical. Agree 1000000% about the gooks segment.

      I’m loving the comments by John Musgrave, the Marine from Missouri who fought in the Hill 875 battle. It was tough to listen to his story of barely surviving.

      I do think Burns picked excellent men to interview.

      I bet No to adding the Jane Fonda timeline. Or, if he does, it’ll be fleetingly, with no commentary by the soldiers.

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