In a response to a recent defamation lawsuit, Meta, formerly known as Facebook, admitted that its fact checks are just censorship laundering tools.
Meta’s attorneys assert that the firm’s fact checks “constitute protected opinion” and do not actually verify facts. “Opinions are not subject to defamation claims,” Anthony Watts explains.
In light of Meta’s admission, it’s time for the Washington Post to offer a correction to the piece published on 11/10: Fact checks actually work, even on Facebook. But not enough people see them, notes American Thinker.
“So-called ‘fact-checking’ is a fraud used to cover up the censorship of opinions that differ from those of the powerful Silicon Valley oligarchy. And now we have proof attested to in a court filing by one of the richest companies in the world, represented by some of the most elite lawyers in the world,” American Thinker adds