Months ago, Justin Trudeau told Facebook's senior executive that if Facebook didn’t censor political content he didn’t like, he would force them to do it through laws or regulations.
Trudeau specifically talked about news, and specifically said he wanted it done before his 2019 reelection campaign.
“We stand with the lawmakers around the world, including in Canada, in their efforts to protect the democratic process. We will continue to work with lawmakers on the right solution, but we aren’t waiting for legislation to start getting solutions in place now.”
Now, it’s happening:
CEO Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook Will Rank News Outlets By Trustworthiness
The social media titan says the rankings will determine placement in its News Feed feature
So Mark Zuckerberg — perhaps the least trustworthy executive in America who is not in jail — he’s going to tell us who to trust?
The story was reported by the New York Times, and Buzzfeed — because they were at the meeting. So were "CNN, the Wall Street Journal, NBC, Recode, Univision, Barron’s, the Daily Beast, the Economist, HuffPost, Insider, the Atlantic, the New York Post, and others."
Other than the New York Post, that’s 100% anti-Trump.
But there's more to this story, as I'll explain tonight.
Why is all this important? Because when it’s done, don’t expect to hear from us. And you won’t know why.
You’ll think about it for a moment and then the moment will pass.
And you’ll just be living in Zuckerberg’s world — inside his circle of "trust..."
NEXT: Joel Pollak, Senior Editor-at-Large of Breitbart News, comes on with an update on the "caravan" of illegals who've now made their way to the Mexico/US border.
THEN: Michael Knowles, host of "The Michael Knowles Show" on the Daily Wire, talks about his intriguing new Prager U video called "Control the Words, Control the Culture."
He says that as the left's word police continue their crackdown, conservatives shouldn't "cede another syllable."
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