President Joe Biden took to the podium on Monday morning to discuss the state of the economy during his first six months in office. For the few reporters who got the chance to ask questions of the commander-in-chief at the end, it was his comments on Facebook, and not the economy, that were key.
“You said last week that companies and platforms like Facebook are ‘killing people’ by—” Biden was asked.
“I mean precisely what I said, I’m glad you asked me that question,” Biden said. “One, I had just read that on the Facebook, Facebook pointed out, it was pointed out that Facebook, of all the misinformation, 60 percent of the misinformation came from 12 individuals. That’s what the article said. So I was asked that question about what do I think is happening. Facebook isn’t killing people, these 12 people are out there giving misinformation. Anyone listening to it […]
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