‘Make hanging traitors great again:’ CNN finds problematic ads sold by Facebook

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Facebook sold ads promoting anti-vaccine messages, comparing the US government’s response to Covid-19 to Nazi Germany, casting doubt on the result of the 2020 election, and even pushing political violence. Former Facebook executive Frances Haugen reacts to the latest reporting from CNN’s Donie O’Sullivan. #CNN #News

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  • 1 thought on “‘Make hanging traitors great again:’ CNN finds problematic ads sold by Facebook”

    1. Facebook just banned me for 30 days for referencing this article, claiming it was inciting violence , yet it seems they are completely ok when they are the ones inciting murder.

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