Hillary ridiculed unmercifully after revealing her dream job is to be CEO of Facebook

Hillary Clinton was honored on Friday at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study Harvard University, and the failed 2016 presidential nominee told the audience that her dream job would be to run Facebook.

Needless to say, Clinton would soon be ridiculed unmercifully online for sharing the revelation.

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, the moderator, asked Clinton if she could be the CEO of any company, which company would it be? Without hesitation, the former secretary of state said Facebook.

‘‘It’s the biggest news platform in the world,’’ Clinton said. ‘‘We can listen to really brilliant experienced writers like [Washington Post columnist] David Ignatius and try to keep up with the news, but most people in our country get their news, true or not, from Facebook.’’

Odd how the left is determined to gain a stranglehold on information in America.

Referencing the ‘‘unexpected consequences of their business model,’’ Clinton seemed supportive of recent policy and algorithm changes at Facebook in today’s age of fake news — changes that tend to leave conservatives on the outside looking in.

‘‘And I for one hope that they get it right because it really is critical to our democracy that people get accurate information on which to make decisions,’’ she said.

Imagine Hillary Clinton being the arbiter of what is “accurate.”

She also took a jab at Fox News and Sinclair Broadcasting in her acceptance speech, claiming both are “delivering propaganda.”

“It’s not just Fox, it’s now Sinclair. They are essentially delivering propaganda. … We need more outlets for reliable information,” she said.

Like CNN?

As for the aforementioned ridicule, enjoy:

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