The media has spent the past few days fawning over the Facebook “whistleblower” Frances Haugen, whom they have portrayed as someone who is a sole actor trying to take down the major corporations that run social media. Unfortunately for Haugen, however, her true agenda has just been exposed.
“This woman is an op,” our very own Stew Peters said of Haugen on his show today. “She’s part of a coordinated effort with the press, with Democrats, and with people inside Facebook itself to make the company commit more censorship.”
“That’s always what the left wants when they make claims about bias, or something threatening ‘democracy’ or ‘free speech,'” he added. “To the left, ‘democracy’ just means Chairman Biden getting his way, and ‘free speech’ means the freedom to recite left-wing platitudes.”
To further expose the agenda of Haugen and the Democrat power players who are backing her, Peters sat down with free speech advocate Jason Fyk, who is currently making a legal challenge to Section 230. Since this is the law that the left currently uses to enable mass censorship online, Fyk has a thing or two to say about Haugen and her agenda.
Fyk first became suspicious of Haugen when he saw just how much the media was pushing her story to the public. The media had virtually ignored countless other Facebook whistleblowers, so why would they give Haugen so much attention right off the bat?
“Obviously, the mainstream media only ever pushes anything that is within their agenda,” Fyk explained. “We know what their agenda is, it means hard left.”
Fyk went on to essentially lay out how Haugen used her testimony before Congress on Tuesday to further the hard-left agenda when it comes to social media. She did so by making it seem as if we need to have more censorship online “for the sake of the children,” which Fyk pointed out was the same “battle cry” that was used in Nazi Germany to convince people to give up their freedoms.
Fyk believes that it’s not about the children at all, and instead, Haugen is just “looking for more censorship” against conservative speech on the internet.
As for the mysterious Facebook shutdown that happened in conjunction with Haugen’s testimony this week, Fyk believes that it was no accident.
“They’re gearing up for 2022,” he said, suggesting that Facebook was installing a “new algorithm” to prepare for next year’s midterm elections.
Find out more about what Fyk thinks about both Haugen and the liberal social media agenda by watching his full interview with Peters here.