Facebook proudly announced Tuesday in a blog post they added former top Obama advisor Jeff Zients to the board of directors.
Jeff Zients served as the head of the Obama administration’s Office of Management and Budget.
Former top Obama advisor Jeff Zients: photo via Facebook
Via Facebook blog post:
Facebook today announced that Jeff Zients, the CEO of Cranemere, has been appointed to the company’s board of directors and audit committee, effective May 31, 2018, immediately following Facebook’s annual meeting of stockholders. Following Zients’s appointment the board will consist of seven independent, non-employee directors out of nine total directors.
“I am proud to join the Facebook Board and I look forward to working with Mark and the other directors as the company builds for the future. This is an exciting time for the company, and I am delighted to be part of the Board as the company works to face the opportunities and challenges of trying to bring the world closer together,” said Zients.
This is no coincidence as Barack Obama just told an audience in Japan in March he’s working on ways to change how people get the news on social media.
Obama complained about people using the internet and social media to read the news.
He signaled he will be working through the Obama Foundation to change the way the internet and social media function.
“One of the things we’re going to be spending time on, through the Foundation, is finding ways in which we can study this phenomenon of social media and the Internet to see are there ways in which we can bring people from different perspectives to start having a more civil debate and listen to each other more carefully,” Obama said.
Facebook changed their algorithms in early 2018 to purposely crush conservative publishers.
Conservative outlets are getting snuffed out by tech giants. Facebook’s new algorithm is silencing conservatives while boosting liberals.
Facebook continues to lie about their bias against conservatives but the charts don’t lie.
The Gateway Pundit was hit very hard by the tech tyranny of Silicon Valley.