Mark Zuckerberg has announced that he will not allow media companies to declare that Donald Trump has won the election on election night.
He will be the one that decides.
We assure you, the purpose of this is to reduce the chances for civil unrest.
Facebook has to take steps to inform users about the 2020 US presidential election in a bid to reduce the chances of civil unrest after Election Day, CEO Mark Zuckerberg told Axios.
In an interview due to be fully aired Tuesday, Zuckerberg said the social network wanted to signal to users that the election results would most likely take longer to be known than previous ones because of the coronavirus pandemic.
“We may not know the final result on election night,” he told Axios. “One of the things that we and other media need to start doing is preparing the American people that there’s nothing illegitimate about this election taking additional days, or even weeks, to make sure that all the votes are counted. In fact that might be important to make sure that this is a legitimate and fair election.”
“So we’re going to do a bunch of different messaging around that just to make sure that people know that that’s normal,” he added.
Zuckerberg gave an example that if any candidates claimed victory before there’s a consensus result, Facebook would add a note to that post informing users.
“This is important because there is unfortunately I think there is a heightened risk of civil unrest in the period between voting and a result being called, or after that,” he said. “I just think we need to be doing everything that we can to reduce the chances of violence or civil unrest in the wake of this election.”
Zuckerberg added that the platform would also be making an effort to actively stamp out any organization of violence on its platform. “We’re trying to make sure that we do our part to make sure that none of this is organized on Facebook,” he said.
In a set of precautions outlined by the social-media giant on Thursday, Facebook said it would crack down on QAnon conspiracy groups and militias in the run-up to the election.
“The country is very charged right now,” he said. “I think regardless of what we do there is some chance that this happens across the country — I just want to make sure that we do our part to not contribute to it.”
Also among the precautionary measures announced by Facebook on Thursday was the new policy that it would not allow any new political ads in the seven days before the election. This drew fire from the Trump campaign, which claimed the policy would muzzle the president and make him “banned from defending himself on the largest platform in America.”
After the election, if these people are successful in removing Donald Trump from office, you won’t get a warning before Facebook decides to change reality.
They will just go ahead and change reality.
This is an announcement not only that they will decide this election, but they will decide all future elections.
They will also decide the rest of reality.
People like Andy Ngo are going to be banned from social media.
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) September 9, 2020
Then, the government, CNN and Mark Zuckerberg will be able to tell you: “the riots are a myth.”
Remember that the Jew Jerrold Nadler said, “the riots are a myth.”
All They Do Is Lie, Lie, Lie – in hopes you will believe them.
Jerry Nadler, one of the most powerful Democrats who spent years trying to take down President Trump…
…said violence & riots in Portland by Antifa is a MYTH.
Stone Cold Liar.
— 🇺🇸AnthemRespect🇺🇸 (@AnthemRespect) September 8, 2020
They are going to form an entirely new reality.
If Donald Trump wins, I will tell you this: his number one priority needs to be getting free speech back online. That is more than a million times more important than whatever his number two priority is.