BOMBSHELL: Top Executives At Facebook And Twitter Exposed For Donating Tens Of Thousands Of Dollars To Biden Campaign Fund

Mark Zuckerberg-Facebook, and Jack Dorsey-Twitter, allegedly donated tens of thousands of dollars to the Biden campaign, according to Fox News.

FEC records show executives of Facebook and Twitter made large donations to the Biden campaign, including several who gave the legal maximum of $2,800.

Twitter spokesman Trenton Kennedy said, “Political ideology – especially that of our employees – plays no part in this process.”

Facebook did not respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

“No campaign contribution is going to change Joe Biden’s fundamental values, including his belief that corporations who abuse their power should be held to account,” a Biden aide said.

“The Silicon Valley mafia was always in the tank for Joe Biden and everyone knew it. It’s why they blocked the sharing of the Hunter Biden story, to protect their boy Joe Biden. That was election interference, plain and simple, while they also targeted President Trump and other Republicans with censorship.”

Ted Cruz spokesperson said, “Of course Silicon Valley billionaires donated to Joe Biden. But their political bias doesn’t end at their checkbooks.”

“By censoring President Trump and news organizations, Big Tech stacked the deck for the Democrat Party and against the American people.”

“Sen. Cruz has long warned that Big Tech censorship is the single greatest threat to democracy, and will continue working with his colleagues to hold Big Tech accountable.”

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From Fox News:

Facebook vice presidents Gene Alston, Michael Verdu, Shahriar Rabii and T.S. Khurana also donated the legal maximum of $2,800 to Biden’s campaign during the 2020 cycle, FEC records show. Instagram’s chief operating officer, Marne Levine, also donated the maximum limit of $2,800 to Biden’s campaign.

Over at Twitter, vice president Matt Derella donated $2,000 to Biden’s campaign in September.

And the executives were not alone. FEC records revealed that dozens of Twitter and Facebook employees with “manager” or “director” in their titles donated at least $1,000 to Biden’s campaign.

Twitter’s senior director Ryan Oliver, for example, donated $2,800 to Biden’s campaign in March; senior director of product management James Kelm also donated $2,800 to Biden during the primary and another $2,800 to his general election campaign, FEC records show.


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