Further demonstrating the war against facts that the Trust violating big three social media companies are pursuing, Fakebook announced today that a Russian company had purchased $100,000 worth of fake ads. This is allegedly "election interference". The only problem with this is that this group continues expecting its lies to be believed, and their pot to be a white one.
But, if the Russians spend a hundred grand on Facebook company ads, and greedily then, Facebook accepted the money, are they not both guilty?
Just because at some point later, Facebook thinks it deserves the best of both worlds, and that it should be accepted whole-heartedly for this ridiculous claim, does nothing, whatsoever, to indemnify the claim as criminal, nor election-hacking. But it is very revealing of the locus of control, and the ethics failures guiding the daily operations of Facebook.
Facebook still has no evidence identifying any element whatsoever of Russians hacking into x number of closed-circuit ballot comptrollers' data bases, and changing Hillary votes to Trump votes.
How did FB know Russia did buy $100,000 worth of Facebook ads? Because Zucc still has the reciept...