Nicole Shanahan Slams Zuckerberg Over RFK Jr. Doc Censorship

Nicole Shanahan Slams Zuckerberg Over RFK Jr. Doc Censorship

Nicole Shanahan, the presidential running mate of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., took a bold stance against Mark Zuckerberg, accusing him of cowardice for allegedly censoring a new documentary about the independent candidate. Shanahan, a Bay Area attorney and ex-wife of Google co-founder Sergey Brin, expressed her outrage on social media platform X, directly addressing Zuckerberg and questioning his behavior despite his mixed martial arts training.

Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta, which oversees social media giants Facebook and Instagram, faced Shanahan’s public criticism over the suppression of the documentary. Shanahan’s post included a video showing users struggling to upload the documentary on the platforms.

While a Meta spokesperson claimed the block was a mistake and swiftly rectified, users reported being unable to access the film throughout the weekend. The incident stirred controversy, leading to calls for legal action from American Values 2024, the super PAC behind the documentary ad. Founder Tony Lyons highlighted concerns over First Amendment rights and announced plans to sue Meta in federal court.

The documentary, narrated by actor Woody Harrelson and produced by Hollywood screenwriter Jay Carson, provides a glimpse into Kennedy’s life. It reveals Kennedy’s break from the Democratic Party to pursue an independent presidential campaign, shedding light on his unconventional stances and his battle against what he perceives as media suppression.

Kennedy, renowned for his views on vaccines, faces challenges from both major party nominees, President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump. A recent poll by The Hill indicated a tight race between Biden and Trump, with Kennedy’s candidacy potentially altering the electoral landscape.

Despite being a lifelong Democrat and the son of the late Robert F. Kennedy, the environmental lawyer’s unorthodox campaign has garnered attention for its confrontations with mainstream political narratives. As Kennedy fights for visibility and battles against censorship, his bid for the presidency adds an intriguing dynamic to the 2024 political arena.


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