Elections, By Facebook

Here they are literally bragging that they are your one-stop shop for buying an election.

"I think the idea that fake news on Facebook influenced the election in any way -- I think is a pretty crazy idea." -- Zuckerberg, 2016

More: "Facebook food trucks were sent to advertising agencies working on politicians' campaigns. Aside from delicious food, people also received napkins and coasters with direct and memorable facts about the Facebook's capabilities."

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8 Responses:

  1. J. Peterson says:

    Anybody else read the text on the bottom left as "F*** elections"?

  2. Karellen says:

    I wonder which campaign chairpersons' chauffeured commute route this ad has been carefully placed on.

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