For the first time in its history, Mark Zuckerberg’s social media platform Facebook has seen a decline in usage. One of the reasons people are leaving Facebook is due to the growing popularity of TikTok. The other reason people are leaving Facebook is because of the company’s heavy-handed and one-sided political censorship.
Facebook, for years has been on a rampage against right-leaning Americans, conservatives, and people who dissent with the official stance of the U.S. government on a range of topics. In essence, Facebook has become a policing arm of the Democrat-controlled federal government on topics such as the COVID-19 virus, vaccines, government lockdowns, and political topics in general.
Facebook has led the way for a government partnered censorship on its platforms and that is driving millions away from its service. Additionally, Facebook has censored, shadowbanned and throttled conservative news media pages and personalities, including Shore News Network over the past two years in an attempt to squelch moderate and Republican-leaning political views not in line with the company’s progressive liberal doctrine.
In the wake of the news of the decline in use, former President Donald J. Trump who was banned from Facebook for “election misinformation” and alleged public safety concerns took no time to kick Zuckerberg while he was down.
The news wasn’t the only bad news for Facebook this week. Parent company Meta reportedly has lost $1 billion.
Facebook’s number of daily users has plunged for the first time in Facebook history. This means people are tired of Fake News and abuse and especially tired of their political shenanigans. It could also be that people are waiting for TRUTH—the highly sophisticated platform that we look forward to opening in the not too distant future. Time to straighten out what is happening in our Country!
“Fewer people checked their Facebook every day per quarter than they did the year before for the first time ever during the last three months of 2021, Meta said on Wednesday. It was one of several troubling signs, along with profit below expectations and a disappointing revenue outlook, that dropped shares over 26% on Thursday, Reuters reported.
Facebook’s global daily active users declined from the previous quarter for the first time, to 1.929 billion from 1.930 billion.
Last week, an after-hours stock market slump in Meta shares vaporized $200 billion of its market value, while peers Twitter Inc, Snap Inc and Pinterest Inc lost another $15 billion in value.