Critic blasts ‘dangerous’ Facebook power after Kyle Rittenhouse verdict

Critic blasts ‘dangerous’ Facebook power after Kyle Rittenhouse verdict


Facebook exerts dangerous power over public discourse — and Exhibit A is the tech giant’s censorship of commentary on the Kyle Rittenhouse case, a media critic told The Post Saturday.

Rittenhouse was acquitted Friday of all charges against him stemming from the shooting of three men during riots in Kenosha, Wisc., last August. Two of those men, Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber, died of their injuries. Rittenhouse acted in lawful self-defense, a Wisconsin jury ruled.

Though Rittenhouse is legally presumed innocent until proven otherwise, the court of Facebook was considerably less impartial.

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“One of the big things that they did was manipulate the search engine so you couldn’t even find any references to Kyle Rittenhouse,” Dan Gainor, vice president of the Media

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