Now, she’s offered to testify before Congress.
“If Congress wishes for me to testify, I will fulfill my civic duty, as I’ve publicly stated for the past half year. Last year, I testified privately before a European Parliamentary committee though I was avoiding press. My duty to democracy comes first,” Zhang wrote.
CNN, huh. Another introduction via a mainstream media outlet.
She claimed Facebook didn’t take her findings seriously.
Of course, they didn’t, but they did fire her.
Maybe Zhang actually has something.
“As part of our crackdown against this kind of abuse, we have specialized teams focused on this work and have already taken down more than 150 networks of coordinated inauthentic behavior. Around half of them were domestic networks that operated in Latin America, the Middle East, North Africa, and in the Asia Pacific region,” the Facebook statement said.
Maybe so, but there is plenty of other questionable activity going on on Facebook, including the censorship of information critical of all vaccines, not just the mRNA experimental gene therapy, the Biden camp, and the reported results of the 2020 presidential election.
That being the case, why should anyone assume that Facebook is anything but a mouthpiece for string pullers.