Hillary Clinton snatches Facebook after the social media site refuses to remove Nancy Pelosi's & # 39; sexist garbage & # 39; video, making her look like drunk
- Clinton made comments when graduating from Hunter College at Madison Square Garden
- She argued that Facebook & # 39; refused to be serious about cleaning up its platform & # 39;
- Facebook warns users that a video from Pelosi is fake but refuses to delete it
Hillary Clinton hit Facebook on Wednesday for refusing to remove a retarded video on which landlord Nancy Pelosi finished her words.
The former presidential candidate labeled the sexist trash of the videos at her starting address for the Hunter College graduation class at Madison Square Garden in New York.
& # 39; The major social media platforms know that their systems are being manipulated by foreign and domestic actors to sow divisions, promote extremism and disseminate misinformation, & # 39 ;, Clinton said.
& # 39; But they won't take it seriously to clean their platforms unless the consumer asks. & # 39;
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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton provided the starting address of Hunter College
& # 39; And we saw why it was so important last week, when Facebook refused to remove a fake video from Nancy Pelosi, & # 39; she continued.
& # 39; It wasn't even a close call. The video is sexist waste. And YouTube took over, but Facebook kept it up. & # 39;
Pelosi hit Facebook on Wednesday for not recording her modified video and accused them of lying to the public & # 39; and said it proves that they were willing to allow Russian interference in our elections.
Facebook warns users that a video from Pelosi is fake, but refuses to remove the altered images from her speech at a Center for American Progress event.
The clip was subtly edited to make her voice sound and slow down, as if she were under the influence of alcohol.
& # 39; I gave them the benefit of doubting Russia – I thought it was ignorant – but it was clear that they were knowingly complicit and could provide readers with false information on Facebook & # 39 ;, she told California's Commonwealth Club on Wednesday afternoon.
She argued that the tech giant's actions could prevent women and minorities from entering public positions because of the fear of online criticism.
The deceptively edited videos & # 39; s have changed to make Speaker Nancy Pelosi look her words drunk
& # 39; If you were going outside, why would you submit to that? And that is what disappoints, & Pelosi said.
She added that she can perform the online savaging.
& # 39; I don't care. I can handle it, & Pelosi said. & # 39; If I didn't have thick skin, I wouldn't be a House spokesperson. & # 39;
& # 39; In the arena you must be ready to take a stump out, but you must also be willing to throw one, & # 39; she added. & # 39; For the children. & # 39;
Wednesday's first public comments marked the speaker on the video, which has received 2.8 million views on Facebook and more than 30,000 responses.
Facebook has articles about & # 39; fact checking & # 39; added to the video & # 39; s that manipulated the video & # 39; s & # 39; but still able to view.
President Donald Trump responded to the action when he tweeted a video from Fox Business Network, a compilation video from the & # 39; stammering & # 39; of the congresswoman during a press conference.
& # 39; PELOSI STAMMERS VIA NEW CONFERENCE & # 39 ;, he wrote next week to the video.
Rudy Giuliani, Trump's personal lawyer, tweeted a link to the modified video on Thursday evening with the comment: & # 39; What is wrong with Nancy Pelosi? Her speech pattern is bizarre. & # 39; The tweet has since been deleted.
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