As performance artist Alex Jones continues to demand that the White House and the Republican Party step in to get his shoddy act back on social media, and his ex-wife contends the ban seems to be driving the batty Jones to an ultimate unhinged state, Jones’ employees are having trouble wrapping their heads what happened to their world.
And, unsurprisingly, getting their facts straight.
Case in point: blondiful reporter Millie Weaver took to Twitter to toss out a gratuitous insult along with pitifully wrong information.
Dear Libtards who think Facebook is a privately owned business,
There’s a thing called fact-checking.
Facebook is a public business that’s publicly traded.
Using that argument to justify banning Alex Jones doesn’t work
That thing called fact-checking would have helped the criminally-misinformed Weaver that while Facebook is on the stock exchange, it is, indeed privately owned.
But then facts are not the strong suit in JonesWorld.
And, ironies of ironies, one of the tweeters who pointed out to Weaver her egregious error, also directed her wandering attention to InfoWars’ own terms of service:
“You are a guest here. It is not censorship if you violate the rules and your post is deleted. All civilizations have rules and if you violate them you can expect to be ostracized from the tribe.”
You can’t make it up.