No wonder Zuckerberg is so worried about Elizabeth Warren, she is clearly not even remotely intimidated by him or his company.

And she is not wrong here about Facebook allowing those lies to be posted on Facebook despite the fact that they have claimed that they are exerting tighter controls over false content. 

And it certainly helps Facebook’s bottom line to loosen those restrictions.  

Courtesy of Market Watch:

If you’ve seen an ad slamming Democrats’ impeachment effort against President Donald Trump while browsing Facebook over the past several days, you’ve got a lot of company.

More than 1,800 ads on Trump’s Facebook FB, -0.91% page mentioning impeachment ran in the week through Sept. 30, CNN reported Monday, and were viewed between 16 and 18 million times.

Trump’s campaign has spent between $600,000 and $2 million on the ads, the report says, citing Laura Edelson, a researcher at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering.

Trump’s campaign is attempting through the ads to enlist supporters for what it calls the “Official Impeachment Defense Task Force.” Edelson told CNN many of the ads are being used to harvest contact information.

So apparently allowing lies and false accusations pays big money over on Facebook.

But didn’t we kind of already know that?