Last week Instagram notified me that a viral post I had published was “fact checked” by a group called ‘The Healthy Indian Project’. My mother is from Bombay, and I did lose 40lbs last year, but I didn’t think they had created an entire unit just for me. So, I decided to find out who this group is. My findings are bemusing. The Healthy Indian Project (‘THIP’) appears to have started as a fitness and lifestyle site in 2018. Its CEO – Sudipta Sengupta – is a life-long marketing consultant from a small city (Gurgaon, Haryana) in India. The group is a
Shortly after a senior staff member at Meta, Facebook’s parent company, was caught inappropriately messaging underage boys in a pedophile sting operation, a company spokesperson with deep ties to Democratic politics tried to dissuade media outlets from even covering the story. Jeren A. Miles, previously a manager of global community development, was allegedly caught sending explicit and graphic messages to a 13-year-old boy by the group PCI Predator Catchers Indianapolis. The amateur group posted a two-hour-long video featuring an exchange with the Meta manager, who admits to conversing with minors on Facebook’s platform Messenger, prompting Miles to delete his social
Natalie Winters and Raheem Kassam discuss Mike Pence’s hateful, anti-Trump remarks at the Federalist Society this week, as well as Fauci’s latest ruse to keep pandemics happening. Please leave us a review and share this episode.
Former Vice President Mike Pence delivered a speech to the ostensibly “conservative” Federalist Society on Friday, wherein he insisted that President Trump and his team were wrong to demand Pence use the powers of the Vice President to scrutinize the election results after the 2020 presidential debacle. Now, details of the host organization of the speech and its links to Mark Zuckerberg, Big Tech, and Facebook specifically may go some way to explaining the former Veep’s precarious position on the matter. "President Trump is wrong. I had no right to overturn the election," said a defiant @Mike_Pence. pic.twitter.com/dfTMXCNpvQ — Mediaite
In private emails between Mark Zuckerberg and Anthony Fauci – obtained exclusively by The National Pulse – the Facebook founder and CEO offered to send “data reports” on users to “facilitate decisions” about COVID-19 lockdowns. The revelation is a stark example of how Big Tech corporates and government can easily collude using user data to restrict the liberties of the general public. In the exchange, Zuckerberg insists: “I want to make sure you have all the resources you need to expedite the development of a vaccine.” Zuckerberg – whose personal foundation referenced in the email plowed hundreds of millions of
Facebook (aka “Meta”) has admitted in court that the “fact-checks” used by the site to blacklist non-corporate media content are actually opinion-based labels which do not conduct any real fact-checking of information posted to the site. The evidence was revealed during the court proceeding for a defamation case filed by John Stossel. Stossel’s work on climate change was labeled by Facebook as “false and misleading.” In response to Stossel’s suit, Facebook wrote that the company cannot be sued for defamation in relation to the fact-checking. Defamation is defined as “making false and harmful assertions.” Under this definition, Facebook argued that
Dr. Susan Desmond-Hellmann – a member of Pfizer Inc.’s Board of Directors – previously served as the Lead Independent Director at social media giant Facebook. The site has routinely censored posts relating to COVID-19 vaccines, with Pfizer in particular eliciting support from major corporate outlets. Hellman was appointed to the social media platform’s board in March 2013 and served as it Lead Independent Director from June 2015 until October 30th 2019, shortly before the first reported case of COVID-19. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook founder and CEO, said “Sue has been a wonderful and thoughtful voice on the board for six years,
The corporate media’s fêted Facebook “whistleblower” tweeted a number of racially charged comments, as well as claiming to have bought books by Karl Marx for young children, The National Pulse can exclusively reveal. Frances Haugen – who went from nobody to testifying on Capitol Hill within a matter of days – has been demanding mass censorship on social media, particularly aimed at those who don’t share her worldview. But her own behavior on social media may serve to undermine her moral authority on the matter. A private profile linked to Haugen which appeared in her biography for speaking events such