June 28, 2018
Apple CEO and renowned analist Tim Cook has said the company would not support any candidate unless they “showed full and complete submission to the globo-homo gayplex.”
The powerful forces stewing in the dark recesses of Silicon Valley are currently troubled by the prospect of the coming red wave, which is sure to sweep the nation clean from their digital corruption.
All hail the cleansing power of the wave!
No, seriously, these tech faggots are really panicking. Far-right musician Peter Gabriel even wrote a song about this.
“Just let the red rain splash you,” shitlibs.
Then he wrote another song mocking all the beaners who are about to be displaced by this red flood.
“Drink up, dreamers, you’re running dry.” Lol.
He’s no Phil Collins (the official soundtrack of the Alt-Right), to be sure, but his heart is in the right place.
In any case, Apple is now engaging in a misguided attempt to stem the tide of Republicanism, by pushing a carefully selected assortment of propaganda stories on the goyim during the elections.
Apple is creating a special news section around the 2018 midterm elections, with stories curated by human editors as well as exclusive content, the company said Monday.
Apple News will host special midterm features from The Washington Post, Axios and Politico in addition to its curated news hits from “trusted publishers” such as Fox News and Vox. Tech’s fight against fake news is likely to ramp up ahead of the November elections, as Apple, Facebook, Twitter and Google seek to tamp down the spread of misinformation.
In other words, they’re hand-picking only the news stories that match their ideological bent.
And the Apple ideology is anal sex with men – and slick user interfaces.
This is done by choosing hard-core leftist journals like Washington Post and Politico as their mainstays, and “hand-picking” select articles from more moderate, but still mainstream outlets like Fox News.
Apple’s longstanding approach of using human editors to select a limited number of stories from reliable sources stands in contrast to Facebook’s approach of letting publishers and users post stories, then relying on a mixture of technology and human editors to weed out less reliable sources. Facebook has faced sharp criticism for its role in spreading fake news in the runup to the 2016 presidential election, including posts created by Russians attempting to sway the election to Donald Trump, according to a grand jury indictment.
Facebook is taking measures to avoid similar criticism in the runup to the 2018 midterm elections. The company last week said it was ramping up its efforts to fight fake news, including expanding fact-checking programs to more countries and for the first time fact-checking photos and videos.
Wow, I can’t believe these faggots still have the nerve to use the “fake news” meme after all this time. For 90% of people, the first thing they think about when hearing “fake news” is CNN.
This is also fake news – they’re not actually sorry.
Facebook had previously been particularly focused on artificial intelligence to combat fake reports, but has since increased investment in human fact-checkers.
Apple has long used human curators in its news app, though it’s been adding exclusive content and additional context.
The tech companies are preparing for a hopeless, last ditch propaganda storm to try and salvage what they can out of the 2018 mid-terms.
But in fact, this is probably going to contribute only by increasing polarization. If Apple news only provide the pozzed perspective, people are just going to flock to Breitbart – or the Stormer.
America is splitting into two camps: brown people and Jews on one side, and White Americans on the other. If the media throw their lot with the brown masses and the kikes, they will forfeit their ability to influence us completely and forever.