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Dear Patriots: Here’s Why I Don’t Think Churchill Would Be A Fan Of Facebook

By Wes Walker

October 16, 2018 at 1:06 pm

Churchill -- who was known for that rapier wit, and Devil-may-care attitude, wouldn't fit in with the Social Media Jackboot crowd.

You might even say he'd be at war with their Fascistic tendencies.

One could imagine that giant of history would sooner die than 'Sig Heil' to Zuckerberg's 'acceptable practices' policy. He was not the 'fetch and step' type.

Play by all the right rules, and have the right opinions -- and stop with those jokes and memes at the left's expense -- and you might (might!) be allowed to play with Zuck's toys.

Otherwise, you'll have to sit in time out.

Can you imagine someone expecting Churchill to play by those rules?

You know what?

I'm pretty sure that's how we all feel with Facebook these days.

Hey Zuck -- how's that latest Data Breech working out, by the way? Yeah. The party's over. Last one to leave, don't forget to lock up.

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