Fox News contributor Joe Concha blasted Facebook on Friday for “knowingly” wanting the opposite methodology and ignoring warnings that drug cartels and human traffickers used the platform.

“This is life and death kind of stuff here,” Concha acknowledged. 

The Wall Street Journal published a report on Thursday, “Facebook Employees Flag Drug Cartels and Human Traffickers. The Company’s Response Is Weak, Documents Show,” which detailed how the social media juggernaut allowed dozens of problematic pages to hold energetic. The bombshell acquired proper right here after other WSJ reports this week that indicated Facebook permits elite prospects to bend the content material materials supplies pointers and is conscious its photo-sharing app Instagram is dangerous to youthful girls. 

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“How Facebook can knowingly turn a blind eye to Mexican drug cartels using its platform to recruit, train and pay hitmen or recruit women into abusive employment situations in the Middle East, it’s as shocking as it is nauseating,” Concha acknowledged on “The Faulkner Focus.”

Concha recognized as for whoever ignored these warnings internally to be fired and for the federal authorities to take speedy motion. 

“Mark Zuckerberg should be summoned to Capitol Hill next week, not next month, next week to answer for this,” Concha acknowledged. “He should explain how he’s allowing deadly drug cartels, for example, on its platform while banning the 45th president who the company deems is a bigger threat than the aforementioned. Just incredible.”

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Concha was referring to former President Trump, who was away from Facebook following the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. The Fox News contributor and media guru then acknowledged that Facebook inventory is up considerably over the sooner 12 months and contemplated why the corporate isn’t investing the cash into additional setting nice security measures. 

“You would think that they would, I don’t know, maybe hire some more people overseas and here in the states to serve as watchdogs and make sure that these sort of things don’t happen. But instead they’re just counting their money at this point and not using resources and money where it should be done,” Concha acknowledged. 

Earlier this week, ex-Google data Joe Toscano, a key resolve contained in the widespread Netflix documentary “The Social Dilemma,” blasted Facebook for placing earnings forward of individuals. 

“The reality is Facebook’s just doing business as usual, right? What’s Facebook’s product? We always got to keep going back to that. What’s their product? The reality is their product is outrage, its scandal, its sex. It’s anything that will get you to click,” Toscano acknowledged in an interview with Fox News Digital.