Mark Zuckerberg and Donald Trump

By Michael Patrick, Ph.D.

There’s something fundamentally wrong with this story about Facebook and Trump, linked below.

Facebook evidently believes that it is a big-fanny privilege to be part of their business. They’d like to persuade us that giving their company all of our personal and professional information and too much of our time, while drawing others to their site, is what we live to do with our precious time. If you fail to think correctly about things as they do, you are “banned”.

In the words of Rocket, “Oh, Boo hoo.”

Talk about delusional. Could Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his pals be any more self-centered and narcissistic?

I had been off FB for months when I returned in April this year to be greeted by a FB message that I had been banned permanently without appeal during one of their control-freak raids to remove people whose posts upset them. No details were offered.

America really must regulate these bullies and social scolds. They have gotten entirely too big for their britches. Whatever the 45th U.S. president decides to do in his retiring years, spending another minute on Facebook should never be one of them.

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