You know it‚Äôs bad for Facebook when even The Washington Post is writing about the part they actually played in the planning of what happened at the Capitol on January 6.
Facebook‚Äôs Sandberg deflects blame for Capitol riot even as new evidence shows it played a pivotal role https://t.co/BgWclnLlCO
‚ÄĒ The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) January 13, 2021
From the Washington Post:
A growing body of evidence shows Facebook played a much larger role than Sandberg suggested.
The #StopTheSteal hashtag was widely used on the service until Monday, when a search on Facebook reported that 128,000 people were talking about it and in many cases using it to coordinate for the rally, according to Eric Feinberg, a vice president with the Coalition for a Safer Web.And two dozen Republican Party officials and organizations in at least 12 states posted on Facebook to coordinate bus trips to the rally, according to research by the left-leaning media watchdog group Media Matters for America, which published screenshots of the fliers and memes.
‚ÄúBUS TRIP to DC ‚Ä¶ #StoptheSteal. If your passions are running hot and you‚Äôre intending to respond to the President‚Äôs call for his supporters to descend on DC on Jan 6, LISTEN UP!‚ÄĚ¬†wrote¬†the Polk County Republican Party of North Carolina in a Facebook post that is no longer publicly available.
No longer available.
Parler's lawsuits are going to be epic. Why hasn't FB been deplatformed by anyone yet? pic.twitter.com/ytwbPfsOLn
‚ÄĒ Rich Weinstein (@phillyrich1) January 14, 2021
When will Apple remove them from their store?