Could it be that the golden era of social media is already coming to an end?
Thanks to the extreme bias of liberal Silicon Valley oligarchs who have used their power to censor if not outright ban conservatives from their platforms, Facebook and Twitter are both dealing with a seismic shock that has rattled both California mega-corporations worse than a major earthquake.
On Thursday, Facebook took it in the shorts by posting the largest one-day loss of value in the HISTORY of the stock market. By the time that the dust had settled, the world’s largest social media network and news distribution platform had incurred a staggering $119 billion loss of value that had some investors screaming for CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s head on a stick.
The cheese-eating rat who was not that long ago referred to as the “Master of the Universe” was hit for over $15 billion in losses to his own massive fortune although he remains one of the planet’s ten wealthiest billionaires for now.
But there is also trouble across town for @Jack and Twitter which was called out by the liberal website Vice for engaging in a systematic effort to “shadowban” conservatives from the microblogging and hate mob organizing platform. Not only were rank and file conservatives censored but also reputable political figures like Ronna McDaniel who is the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee.
Twitter needs to address why conservative voices and opinions are being suppressed on their platform. pic.twitter.com/3bVcGGovbG
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) July 27, 2018
While Twitter’s defenders rushed to circle wagons, the stock was hit hard in early trading as the bloodbath that swallowed Facebook is now spilling over to other arrogant Big Tech corporations that have abused their power to put their thumb on the scale for Democrats.
— Bloomberg (@business) July 27, 2018
Via Bloomberg, “Twitter Projects Users to Decline, Profit Short of Estimates”:
Twitter Inc. said monthly users dropped by 1 million in the second quarter, and predicted that number will decline further as the company continues to fight against spam, fake accounts and malicious rhetoric on its social network. The shares plunged as much as 20 percent in early trading.
Monthly active users were 335 million –a decline from 336 million in the first quarter, San Francisco-based Twitter said Friday in a statement. Though that measure was up 2.8 percent from a year earlier, the company expects monthly visitors to fall again in the current period. Twitter blamed the projected drop on intensified efforts to clean up the platform, stricter privacy rules in Europe and changes to the way its service is used through SMS messaging.
Twitter has denied the shadowbanning but that’s just a crock of shit.
Official Statement from Twitter: "We do not shadow ban."https://t.co/zNX4ZcJTp9
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) July 27, 2018
Could it be that these swine are about to get their comeuppance for censoring conservatives? It’s looking positive right now as the pernicious influence of social media has finally gotten a reality check.