A now former Facebook employee had a crisis of conscience after seeing what his employer was about to do.
He spoke anonymously with Project Veritas, but soon got suspended from his job.
After this, he came out publicly to tell his story.
In a video shared on Friday, Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe is seen crashing a virtual meeting Kahmann was having with his employer, who had informed him that the company would be “terminating” him “effective immediately.”Fox News
O’Keefe confronted Facebook over this.
“I have to ask you why are you taking action against Morgan for publicizing these vaccine documents?” O’Keefe asked.
“This is a private conversation between the company and our employee and we’re going to end the call,” an official responded before ending the virtual meeting.Fox News
Here’s some of the background to this story.
On Monday, Project Veritas released internal documents explaining “Vaccine Hesitancy Comment Demotion” which shows the “goal” is to “drastically reduce user exposure to vaccine hesitancy.”
Another leaked document addressed “Borderline Vaccine (BV) Framework” that delves into how to classify such content with another expressed “goal” to “identify and tier the categories of non-violating content that could discourage vaccination in certain contexts, thereby contributing to vaccine hesitancy or refusal,” adding “We have tiered these by potential harm and how much context is required in order to evaluate harm.”Fox News
These are some pretty dark policies that totally interfere with people’s right to free speech.
It’s no wonder Kahmann felt the need to go public with this.
The comments we leave on social media are at our discretion, and shouldn’t be secretly hidden or altered without good reason.
This is not a good reason.
Tucker Carlson did the following brief interview with Kahmann which is worth watching.
Kahmann did us all a public service by revealing this policy.
Conservatives need to migrate to free-speech alternatives like Gab, and campaign for Big Tech monopolies like Facebook to be either broken up or regulated as public utilities.