Cucked By Zuck: Establishment Conservatives Rock Up For Pointless Meeting With Facebook

Cucked By Zuck: Establishment Conservatives Rock Up For Pointless Meeting With Facebook, by Milo Yiannopoulos. A delegation of Establishment conservative types met with Mark Zuckerberg at Facebook, after he called the meeting to deal with revelations and allegations of politically correct bias at Facebook (see Former Facebook Workers: We Routinely Suppressed Conservative News).

I’m sure it wasn’t these conservative figures’ intent merely to assist in Facebook’s marketing efforts, but at this point, if maliciousness is ruled out as a motivation, extreme stupidity is the only possible remaining explanation.

Those conservative leaders were starstruck and self-important.

A meeting where Facebook refuses to admit they did anything wrong, held purely to make the company look good? I’m not sure, but I can’t remember the last time it was an “honor” to be invited as window-dressing by a corporation’s public relations department. Cucked by Zuck. How embarrassing!

The clash of PC-versus-everyone-else is too naked to hide.

The problem for Facebook is: nobody’s buying it. Here’s the thing, Zuck — you’ve spent a year trying to out-do Jack Dorsey with your barking-mad progressive proclamations (America should “follow Germany’s lead on immigration,” messages in support of All Lives Matter are “deeply hurtful”).

Conservatives — by which I mean the people at home — are not dumb. They know what the political priorities of your company are, and they want to see truth and transparency or they will simply leave the platform.

Zuckerberg’s staff aren’t prone to hiding their biases, which doesn’t help public relations efforts. In April, we learned that a number of Facebook’s staff voted to ask the CEO what the company was doing to stop Donald Trump becoming President. In other words, there are people at Facebook who want the social network to influence elections, and aren’t afraid of wearing that opinion on their sleeves. And they’re most likely in the majority.