Facebook protecting violent anti-Trump rioters from police

Facebook protecting violent anti-Trump rioters from police

Facebook is warning leftist, anti-Trump rioters who took part in Inauguration Day protests that law enforcement is currently investigating their profiles for use as court-room evidence against them.

Approximately 230 violent protesters were arrested on the day Donald J. Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States.

According to a report published by CityLab, Washington D.C. police have requested that Facebook turn over the user data of at least two anti-Trump protesters arrested at the Inauguration.

Interestingly enough, Washington D.C. police are under direct command of the President of the United States. Rioting such as what had taken place at the Inauguration could be considered a federal offense.

Why is Facebook protecting anti-Trump protesters who rioted, smashed windows and burned vehicles?

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has voiced deep opposition to policies enacted by President Trump. On more than one occasion, the globalist Zuckerberg has expressed disdain for the notion of a U.S. southern border wall despite having erected his very own wall around a huge, private estate in Hawaii.

Is it possible that Facebook is aiding and quite possibly fueling violent, left-wing resistance to the new Republican administration?

At the time of this article’s creation, the heads of Silicon Valley are convening to discuss ways in which to take down Trump over the tightening of immigration laws in the United States.

For years, Zuckerberg and others have milked the United States and its citizens dry by taking gross advantage of varying trade deals as well as utilizing ridiculously low cost labor from overseas. Trump’s clamp down in these particular areas specifically has the globalists running around like chickens with their heads chopped off.

But nonetheless, legal opposition to the President’s policies are to be expected. What should not be practiced though is ‘obstruction of justice’. And, what Facebook is doing by protecting violent protesters from the police should most certainly be counted as obstruction.

In a perfect world, Zuckerberg would be brought to court over this and tried for treason. Wishful thinking on my part, I know.

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