A lot has been said about the famous Facebook insider turned whistleblower and media darling, Frances Haugen. Haugen claims Facebook needs to be held accountable for allowing Conservative voices to go unchecked.
She cited January 6 as an example of conservatives using social media to plan and coordinate what the left claimed was an attack on our democracy. However, as we know, reports link the January 6 damage on federal agents acting as co-conspirators.
Typically the media doesn’t lay out the red carpet for whistleblowers attempting to air corruption from one of the Big Tech giants. In fact, Project Veritas is responsible for highlight a separate Facebook whistleblower, who received censorship and threats instead of prime time spots on 60 minutes.
Overnight, Frances Haugen went from one of the masses to a household name. Twitter gave her a brand new profile complete with a coveted blue checkmark to signify her importance in society and prevent her past tweets from hindering her message. Still, investigative journalists were determined to find her private profile from before her testimony to Congress.
The National Pulse originally uncovered Haugen’s Twitter profile – @Frizzy. In her posts, Haugen made racially charged jokes about “brown men” and “diversity.”
Haugen: “The nice thing about flirting with Brown men is they laugh at math jokes even if they were PoliSci.[sic]”
Haugen: “Awesome table of diversity at Cafe Neto: 2 women, 4 men; indian, red head, blonde, african american, and asian – never seen it in Boston. [sic]”
In more disturbing revelations, Haugen reportedly had sympathies for the likes of Karl Marx and Michel Foucault. The report highlighted Foucault’s true nature as a “pedophilia apologist.” Michel Foucault signed a French petition to legalize pedophilia and was quoted in a 1978 interview claiming, “that a child is incapable of explaining what happened and was incapable of giving his consent are two abuses that are intolerable, quite unacceptable.”
Haugen: “Just bought my small cousin a bunch of comic books from the Introducing Philosophy series: Baudrillard, Focault, PoMo x3, Marx, semiotics. [sic]”
In earlier reporting, by the same publication, Frances Haugen’s campaign donations were revealed as leaning heavily toward the progressive left. The report identified “36 donations from Haugen during her time as an employee of Facebook, Pinterest, and Gigster.” Haugen reportedly donates exclusively to the Democrat party, including Squad member Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
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