As the situation with other rich people like Harvey Weinstein, Jeffrey Epstein, hell, even Wesley Snipes will show you that if you are facing criminal charges and the prosecution has solid evidence on you, they will take your butt straight to jail and not even bat an eye about it.
Weinstein is probably going to spend either the rest of his life in jail or on house arrest the way things are going, Epstein checked out early, and Snipes did time and nobody cared because Blade and Major League were a long damn time ago.
The unfortunate fact of the matter is that despite what a lot of people say bout leaving Facebook, the site is a necessary evil for some. If they want to see the pictures of the grandkids, they need to at least keep a marginal Facebook account.
Who knew that the guy in charge of Facebook would turn out to be such a liar?
Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-FL) on Monday filed a criminal referral against Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for making false statements to Congress while under oath.
Gaetz cited Project Veritas’s undercover investigation featuring two brave whistleblowers in his letter sent to US Attorney General Bill Barr.
Via Matt Gaetz’s press release:
During a hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Committee and also a joint hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee and the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee, Mr. Zuckerberg repeatedly and categorically denied his company engaged in bias against conservative speech, persons, policies, or politics and also denied that Facebook censored and suppressed content supportive of President Donald Trump and other conservatives.In June of 2020 however, Project Veritas published the results of an undercover investigation featuring two whistleblowers who worked as Facebook’s “content moderators,” revealing that the overwhelming majority of content filtered by Facebook’s AI program was content in support of President Donald Trump, Republican candidates for office, or conservatism in general.
“Oversight is an essential part of Congress’ constitutional authority,” Congressman Gaetz states in the letter. “As a member of this body, I question Mr. Zuckerberg’s veracity, and challenge his willingness to cooperate with our oversight authority, diverting congressional resources during time-sensitive investigations, and materially impeding our work. Such misrepresentations are not only unfair, they are potentially illegal and fraudulent.”