Facebook is a company ran by a dropout named Zuckerberg, which sounds suspiciously Jewy. So maybe it shouldn’t be a big shock to see the following news of how the boy who stole a software program and got rich is now using secret sheister techniques to smear America’s most powerful company, Google. Dan Lyons at the Daily Beast reports:
For the past few days, a mystery has been unfolding in Silicon Valley. Somebody, it seems, hired Burson-Marsteller, a top public-relations firm, to pitch anti-Google stories to newspapers, urging them to investigate claims that Google was invading people’s privacy. Burson even offered to help an influential blogger write a Google-bashing op-ed, which it promised it could place in outlets like The Washington Post, Politico, and The Huffington Post.
The plot backfired when the blogger turned down Burson’s offer and posted the emails that Burson had sent him. It got worse when USA Today broke a story accusing Burson of spreading a “whisper campaign” about Google “on behalf of an unnamed client.”
Facebook is scared. For months now, we on the Moral Right have rallied to expose how Facebook profiles are too public. Facebook is breaking apart marriages, encouraging college students to engace in nasty behavior and worst of all, jeapordizing the jobs of potentially hardworking Americans.
Google is on the verge of destroying Facebook and we see the young company responded with a smirking teenaged Zach Morris Saved by the Bell con move. If only Screech were involved, maybe they would have gotten away.
But what we have here is no different than Bolo Yeung tossing sand in the eyes of Jean Claude Van Damme. And it’s a cheap shot, Facebook. Very cheap.
But by next week, it’ll all be forgotten and Cityville was still thrive. And Google will reign supreme with Facebook as a scrappy number two.