In a shocking revelation uncovered by the Washington Post, Facebook has developed a ‘trust rating’ system that appears as though to marginalize and discriminate against conservative leaning users.
The rating system flies under the radar of efforts to eliminate what Facebook calls ‘fake news’ from it’s platform.
In recent weeks, it has been discovered that Facebook’s anti-conservative ‘purging’ campaign is being aided by a shadowy globalist think tank known as the ‘Atlantic Council’.
Was it the Atlantic Council that got Alex Jones and other conservatives wiped from social media?
Facebook just blocked me for 30 days because I dared show a meme depicting YouTube as a tyrannical, Nazi platform after banning Alex Jones and Infowars.
This is what censorship looks like. pic.twitter.com/owLSVX9hZq
— GRANT J. KIDNEY 🇺🇸 (@GrantJKidney) August 7, 2018
Facebook tracks your behaviour across its site, and uses that info to assign you a rating.
Tessa Lyons, who heads up Facebook’s fight against fake news, said: “One of the signals we use is how people interact with articles.
“For example, if someone previously gave us feedback that an article was false and the article was confirmed false by a fact-checker, then we might weight that person’s future false news feedback more than someone who indiscriminately provides false news feedback on lots of articles, including ones that end up being rated as true.”