It’s no secret that the tech companies of Silicon Valley lurch left in their politics. Facebook is no exception, and for the last few years, the social media juggernaut has been working to discourage traffic to conservative web sites. However, they may now be experiencing the first signs of consumer backlash against such practices.
Texian Partisan and Texas Nationalist Movement has certainly had their problems with Facebook, like when they tried to disconnect us from over 200,000 supporters. So, the fact that other non-progressive groups are experiencing similar problems is no surprise to us. They do this mainly through employing algorithms that undercut the organic reach of so-called “’partisan’” news from trending and restricts ads from what they deem to be fake news, and you can probably guess what they consider to be partisan or fake.
While founder Mark Zuckerberg has tried to down-play this, even he, has admitted to a certain regional left-wing bias. Additionally, Gizmodo broke the story on how former Facebook employees “’routinely suppressed conservative news stories from the network’s trending news section,’” and artificially promoted certain other stories. Well, it seems that he and his company may be starting to pay a …
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