November 2, 2021

We Knew It Was Bad, But Not This Bad

Did you see the interview on 60 minutes with Facebook whistleblower, Frances Haugen?

“Frances Haugen, a former Facebook employee filed complaints with federal law enforcement. The complaint say Facebook’s own research shows that it amplifies hate,misinformation and political unrest – but the company hides what it knows. One complaint alleges that Facebook’s Instagram harms teenage girls.”

https://youtu.be/_Lx5VmAdZSI

Haugen was also a witness in front of the Senate Committee.

With all the evidence of unscrupulousness that goes on in politics, I am running for Phoenix City Council to bring our community together with sound policies and integrity.

When I ran for Congress,our campaign placed ads with Facebook as one tool to reach voters. You may have heard the phrase, “When you know better, you do better.” With the information that has come to light, I will not support a company that puts profits above the safety of our families, and I will not place any ads with Facebook.

What does this mean for voter outreach? We excel in meeting people on their driveways with real conversations regarding their kitchen table priorities. We will provide our local economy with jobs as we increase our mailers, flyers, events, and out-of-the-box creative ways to share our message with the voters. 

But all these efforts depend upon your support if we are to have the infrastructure to help build a strong tomorrow for our families.

Please join our campaign right now with a contribution and together we can bring common sense solutions and integrity to Phoenix City Council District 6.

 

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