WikiLeaks Reveals Facebook’s Support For Hillary In Last Year’s Presidential Election

Julian Assange Founder of WikiLeaks has unveiled an e-mail that Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer (COO), Sheryl Sandberg, exchanged with John Podesta, the general manager of Hillary Clinton’s election in the presidential election.


In an e-mail on August 7, 2015, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg asked Podesta to connect with people who would work together to help Hillary’s election.



Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO and founder of Facebook, sent a personal email to Podesta in August 2015, saying he enjoyed spending time with him, and that their conversation gave him“a lot to think about.”

Zuckerberg thanked Podesta for sharing his experiences with the Center for American Progress (CAP), a Democratic think tank founded by Podesta.

Included in the thread was an email to Podesta from Elliot Schrage, the vice president of communications at Facebook, who said Zuckerberg was looking for a way to “direct his wealth to have an impact as great as Facebook” adding that Podesta’s ideas had “really moved his thinking.”

Zuckerberg then asked Podesta if he could reach out in the future to hear his ideas and said he was looking forward to continuing their conversation.

“I hope it’s okay if I reach out as my thinking develops to get your ideas and reactions,”Zuckerberg said. “If there are any other folks you think I should talk to, please let me know.”

Some Twitter users were quick to point out the hypocrisy behind Democrats spending so much time and energy investigating all the major social media sites, desperately searching for any possible collusion between President Donald Trump and Russia, even though Facebook colluded with Clinton.



Several users began tweeting under the hashtag #FaceBookLeaks, hoping to bring attention to the story.

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