Facebook Prioritizes Angry Emojis & VA Gubernatorial Candidate Wants To Ban Beloved | The Daily Show

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Angry emojis carry more weight in Facebook’s algorithm than likes, Virginia gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin runs an ad from a mom who tried to get “Beloved” banned from her son’s school, and a man saves enough money to buy a house and pay off loans by eating at Six Flags every day for seven years. #DailyShow #TrevorNoah #RoyWoodJr

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