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On Thursday, June 25, 2020, James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas posted a video about the censorship and bias going on at Facebook and the associated content moderation company, Cognizant.

This involves ex-Cognizant employee Ryan Hartwig, who is fluent in Spanish. He worked for Cognizant for two years, from 2018 to 2020. He was ultimately turned down for a job in the content policy department.

What follows is the short version of his story. Even one of his colleagues says he was turned down because of his skin colour:

What follows is the longer version. Ryan Hartwig had no idea that some of his colleagues referred to him as a ‘racist’ — falsely — because of his political views. He happens to be a Trump supporter. He was not the only one. That said, Facebook won’t allow conservative viewpoints, it seems. Those whom Project Veritas interviewed undercover affirm that the company is 100% against the American president:

The lady pictured, Leslie Brown, ended up losing her job. She guffawed:

No one has the white man’s back anymore.

She said that it would be a waste of lawyers’ time to give any credence to Ryan Hartwig for a legal case about bias because of his skin colour:

I hope there will be many similar videos in the months to come.

In closing, my condolences to James O’Keefe on the loss of his dear grandmother who lent him one of her fur shawls for his first major exposé, that of ACORN in 2009. She found her grandson’s request bemusing but agreed to it in the end. Her husband, James’s grandfather, also supplied necessary clothing:

May she rest in peace. She must have been proud of her fearless grandson. He must live in constant peril. May God bless him, his family and his staff.

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