Jim Jordan Drops Lengthy Thread About Facebook

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Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio just dropped a megaton bomb on Facebook/Meta.

In a lengthy social media thread, he disclosed that Facebook censored Americans due to extreme pressure to the Biden White House.

“Never-before-released internal documents subpoenaed by the Judiciary Committee PROVE that Facebook and Instagram censored posts and changed their content moderation policies because of unconstitutional pressure from the Biden White House,” Jordan wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter.

“During the first half of 2021, social media companies like Facebook faced tremendous pressure from the Biden White House—both publicly and privately—to crack down on alleged ‘misinformation,’” he continued. “In April 2021, a Facebook employee circulated an email for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg, writing: ‘We are facing continued pressure from external stakeholders, including the [Biden] White House’ to remove posts.”

In the long post, Jordan, posted an email from a Facebook employee to CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg begging for guidance because the White House was pressuring them. What’s crazy is how in-depth the White House was tracking top posts on social media.

By the way the meme they wanted removed just proves that the elite do not like to be mocked.

Facebook replied back that “removing content like that would represent a significant incursion into traditional boundaries of free expression in the US,” but Andy Slavitt, a Biden senior adviser, was worked up over the meme he demanded it be taken down.

“What happened next? Facebook panicked,” Jordan wrote. “In another April 2021 email, Brian Rice, Facebook’s VP of public policy, raised the concern that Slavitt’s challenge felt ‘very much like a crossroads for us with the [Biden] White House in these early days.’”

Jordan explained that “Facebook wanted to repair its relationship with the White House to avoid adverse action,” and provided a document in which someone who appears to be a Facebook staffer wrote, “Given what is at stake here, it would also be a good idea if we could regroup and take stock of where we are in our relations with the [White House], and our internal methods too.”

It’s pretty clear the snowflakes at Facebook were petrified over the pressure from the White House.

“Only after the Committee announced its intention to hold Mark Zuckerberg in contempt did Facebook produce ANY internal documents to the Committee, including these documents, which PROVE that government pressure was directly responsible for censorship on Facebook,” he wrote. “Based on Facebook’s newfound commitment to fully cooperate with the Committee’s investigation, the Committee has decided to hold contempt in abeyance. For now. To be clear, contempt is still on the table and WILL be used if Facebook fails to cooperate in FULL.”