George Soros has called for the removal of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for ‘helping Trump get re-elected.’
Soros, a prolific billionaire Democrat donor, claims by not censoring or banning political ads helps in the reelection of President Trump.
In a letter to The Financial Times Soros called for Zuckerberg and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg to step down.
Soros accused both Zuckerberg and Sandberg of having a ‘mutual assistance arrangement’ with Trump that will ‘help him get re-elected’.
From Daily Mail:
Soros was responding to an article Zuckerberg wrote himself last week which appeared in the Financial Times.
In it, the Facebook CEO said that he was committed to having regulation over political ads on the social network and that he would implement it when the government set the rules.
Soros, in his piece, argued there’s no need to wait that long.
‘Mark Zuckerberg should stop obfuscating the facts by piously arguing for government regulation.
‘Mr Zuckerberg appears to be engaged in some kind of mutual assistance arrangement with Donald Trump that will help him to get re-elected.
‘Facebook does not need to wait for government regulations to stop accepting any political advertising in 2020 until after the elections on November 4.
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