VIDEO – Tucker Takes the Election Fraud Red Pill: Zuckerberg Ran The Elections – It’s starting to unravel!

Tucker Carlson spent more than an hour interviewing Special Counsel Mike Gableman about his investigation (https://t.me/LibertyOverwatchChannel/6582) into the Wisconsin 2020 election.

“You probably thought the government ran elections,” Tucker said after swallowing his giant election fraud red pill. “You didn’t imagine that Mark Zuckerberg (https://t.me/LibertyOverwatchChannel/6570), a billionaire, would run our elections.

That doesn’t sound like democracy, that sounds like oligarchy. But that’s exactly what happened.”

“There was an ENORMOUS amount of FRAUD. We haven’t spent a lot of time on the 2020 election, but the more you dig into it… you will be shocked,” Tucker concluded.

Zuckerberg warns Facebook Messenger users – ‘don’t screen grab your chats’

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced updates to the Facebook Messenger service that will notify users when others take screenshots of their disappearing messages.
Facebook is only just catching up on the disappearing message function – US users can use it, with Europeans set to experience it in the coming weeks – as it scrambles to tackle security and free speech concerns.
Not like Facebook to grab anything off your screen!

‘META-RAPE’: Woman alleges virtual sexual assault in Horizon Worlds..

A UK woman has alleged four male characters “virtually gang raped” her avatar within 60 seconds of joining Zuckerberg’s ‘Meta’s Horizon Worlds’ , who she claims told her, “Don’t pretend you don’t love it.”
Nina Jane Patel – VP of Metaverse Research for Kabuni Ventures – was inundated with comments to her blog post revelations calling it a “desperate cry for attention.”
Cyber legal expert Joseph Jones added it was unlikely she had a strong case for harassment given the difficulty in tracking down the real-life people.

 

 

France Fines Google, Facebook US$238 Million Over Privacy Violating Tracking Cookies

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The Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés (CNIL), France’s data protection watchdog, has slapped Facebook (now Meta Platforms) and Google with fines of €150 million ($170 million) and €60 million ($68 million) for violating E.U. privacy rules by failing to provide users with an easy option to reject cookie tracking technology.

Article: https://thehackernews.com/2022/01/france-fines-google-facebook