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The so-called Facebook “whistleblower” whom Democrats and their media allies have been heralding as the second coming of Jesus Christ appears to be a deeply partisan operative who not only has a long history of donating to Democrats but who also may have had a role in censoring negative stories about President Joe Biden.
The latter bombshell is particularly concerning given that her testimony is being used by Democrats to justify calls for more censorship and suppression.
Recall that last fall, the entire institutional left shrieked in outrage when the New York Post ran a bombshell report about a laptop allegedly owned by then-Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden’s son, Hunter.
The outrage led to social media networks, including Facebook, censoring the story.
Facebook announces it’s reducing distribution of ‘smoking gun’ Hunter Biden story until it checks facts https://t.co/xiA48YsNMO
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) October 14, 2020
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, so-called “whistleblower” Frances Haugen was recruited into Facebook’s “civic integrity team” in 2019 after she “said she would take the job only if she could work against misinformation.”
And according to Politico, her primary job within the team was to combat so-called “election interference and misinformation.”
The team was reportedly disbanded after the 2020 election, and this prompted Haugen to become a so-called “whistleblower.”
All this ties together for two reasons: one, it was presumably this team that oversaw the suppression of the Post’s reporting on Hunter Biden, and two, Haugen’s left-wing activism strongly suggests that her personal definition of so-called “information” is any fact or opinion that belies left-wing orthodoxy.
Federal Election Commission records show that during the 2020 presidential election, a Frances Haugen who lives in San Francisco and works at Facebook donated to the far-left fundraising platform ActBlue five times:
The contributions included a $25.00 payment sent on Jan. 13th, 2020 that was specifically “earmarked for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.”
Rep. Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez is a big fan of censorship and has called for “truth and reconciliation or media literacy initiatives” to help “rein in” the media and combat so-called “misinformation.”
This despite she herself being a fountain of actual misinformation and blatant lies:
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) June 26, 2019
🛑 BizPac Review News 🛑
👉 ‘Nothing wrong with this water’: CBP official takes on AOC’s misinformation campaign with his own video tour https://t.co/HCR00oh3JQ
— ❌nuuzfeed (@nuuzfeed) July 4, 2019
And more lies:
Ocasio-Cortez and adviser falsely spread story ‘unwilling to work’ is a conservative media lie after deleting it from her site! https://t.co/dTz2iDTzv4
— Ted Copeland (@copeland_ted) February 10, 2019
FEC records also show that a ‘Frances Haugen’ who worked at Pinterest has made almost 30 donations to ActBlue and the Democrat National Committee since 2016.
According to the Chronicle, a ‘Haugen’ made famous for her testimony against Facebook previously “worked at Google, Pinterest and Yelp.”
Furthermore, it appears her activism extended to those companies as well.
A profile of her published at the Open Data Science Conference praises her work in “minimizing and preventing bias in AI,” noting that she’d driven “Pinterest’s recent change to give users the option to filter searches to specific skin tones.”
It’s not clear when the profile was written.
Meanwhile, during her time at Google in 2015, she delivered a lecture about “the intersection of product management and gender.” In the lecture, she claimed Google wasn’t “inclusive” enough of women.
“You don’t see them in major tech companies and when you do see them in major tech companies you see them in places that are in support roles like marketing or perhaps sales. I think that’s a problem,” she complained.
Haugen even reportedly has a connection to the discredited Ukraine whistleblower.
The Chronicle notes that her “whistleblowing” began with her copying “reams of internal Facebook documents” and then taking them to the “legal nonprofit Whistleblower Aid.” The co-founders of the non-profit are John Tye and Mark Zaid, and Zaid is the man who represented the Ukraine whistleblower.
Haugen’s reportedly also working with a Democrat-run PR firm, Bryson Gillette, where White House press secretary Jen Psaki used to work.
Based on all this evidence, some critics say that Haugen is a deeply partisan actor who’s virtually no different than the Ukrainian whistleblower whose claims of wrongdoing by former President Donald Trump were ultimately debunked as politically motivated claptrap.
🛑 BizPac Review News 🛑
👉 IG found so-called whistleblower had political bias against Trump, in ‘favor of rival candidate’ https://t.co/ZmGSqjOjY6
— ❌nuuzfeed (@nuuzfeed) September 25, 2019
Some have even compared her to “super patriot” Alexander Vindman:
Frances Haugen is the female version of Vindman – she is not a whistleblower but a paid political hack working with the progressive left cult to push for government censorship of conservative organizations and thought… https://t.co/aX8DNmqAsI
— Tony Shaffer (@T_S_P_O_O_K_Y) October 6, 2021
Understand this, The Facebook whistle blower Haugen is working with Jen Psaki’s old PR firm and the lawyers that repped the Ukraine “whistleblower” that led to Trump’s impeachment‼️
— Carole Gilman (@CaroleGilman) October 7, 2021
Don’t be fooled. Frances Haugen has ties with the lawyer who represented the whistleblower that led to Trump’s impeachment over his phone call with Ukraine.
— Steven (@GorgesSteven) October 7, 2021
Just like Vindman, she too is being treated like a God by Democrats and the mainstream establishment press.
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