Hours of Video of Zucker­berg & Execs Admit­ting They Have “Too Much Pow­er” … FB wants to “work … with [Biden] on some of their top pri­or­i­ties” … ‘Biden Issued a Num­ber of Exec Orders…we as a com­pa­ny real­ly care quite deeply about’

In a Jan. 7 video, Zucker­berg is seen accus­ing then-Pres­i­dent Trump of sub­vert­ing the republic.

“It’s so impor­tant that our polit­i­cal lead­ers lead by exam­ple, make sure we put the nation first here, and what we’ve seen is that the pres­i­dent [Trump] has been doing the oppo­site of that…The pres­i­dent [Trump] intends to use his remain­ing time in office to under­mine the peace­ful and law­ful tran­si­tion of pow­er,” Zucker­berg said.

“His [Trump’s] deci­sion to use his plat­form to con­done rather than con­demn the actions of his sup­port­ers in the Capi­tol I think has right­ly both­ered and dis­turbed peo­ple in the US and around the world,” he said.

Zucker­berg also insin­u­at­ed that Capi­tol pro­test­ers received bet­ter treat­ment than Black Lives Mat­ter protesters.

“I know this is just a very dif­fi­cult moment for a lot of us here, and espe­cial­ly our black col­leagues. It was trou­bling to see how peo­ple in this [Capi­tol] mob were treat­ed com­pared to the stark con­trast we saw dur­ing protests ear­li­er this [past] year,” he said.

Guy Rosen, Face­book’s VP of Integri­ty, described how the plat­form tar­gets speech it deems dangerous.

“We have a sys­tem that is able to freeze com­ment­ing on threads in cas­es where our sys­tems are detect­ing that there may be a thread that has hate speech or vio­lence… these are all things we’ve built over the past three-four years as part of our invest­ments into the integri­ty space our efforts to pro­tect the elec­tion,” Rosen said.

In a video record­ed on Jan. 21, the Face­book CEO said it was sig­nif­i­cant to see Kamala Har­ris assume the duties of Vice Pres­i­dent of the Unit­ed States.

“Yes­ter­day [Jan. 20] was tru­ly a his­toric day. The past few weeks have cer­tain­ly been a very dif­fi­cult time in our nation. But we got our new pres­i­dent [Biden]. We also have the first woman and the first per­son of col­or as our vice pres­i­dent in the his­to­ry of our coun­try,” he said.

“The swear­ing in of Vice Pres­i­dent Har­ris real­ly stands as a reminder that despite the chal­lenges that we are fac­ing as a coun­try, we all have so much to be proud of,” he said.

Zucker­berg praised Biden and his polit­i­cal agenda.

“I thought Pres­i­dent Biden’s inau­gur­al address was very good,” Zucker­berg said.

“In his first day, Pres­i­dent Biden already issued a num­ber of Exec­u­tive Orders on areas that we as a com­pa­ny care quite deeply about and have for some time,” he said. “Areas like immi­gra­tion, pre­serv­ing DACA, end­ing restric­tions on trav­el from Mus­lim-major­i­ty coun­tries, as well as oth­er Exec­u­tive Orders on cli­mate and advanc­ing racial jus­tice and equi­ty. I think these were all impor­tant and pos­i­tive steps.”

In the same Jan. 21 meet­ing, Facebook’s Head of Glob­al Affairs Nick Clegg addressed the inter­na­tion­al back­lash that result­ed from then-Pres­i­dent Trump’s sus­pen­sion from the platform.

“There has been quite a lot of dis­qui­et expressed by many lead­ers around the world, from the Pres­i­dent of Mex­i­co to Alex­ei Naval­ny in Rus­sia, and Chan­cel­lor Angela Merkel and oth­ers say­ing, ‘well this shows that pri­vate com­pa­nies have got too much pow­er…’ we agree with that,” he said.



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