Mark Zuckerberg Says He Didn’t Mean to Defend Holocaust Deniers

The Facebook boss, who somehow grows more annoying by the nanosecond, has attempted to clarify the garbage he spewed about it not being Facebook's place to remove Holocaust deniers' content from the platform.

A billionaire who shouldn't be trusted with anything, much less our personal info, has attempted to clarify some stupid shit he said.

In an interview with Recode Wednesday, Facebook boss and Guy Who Would Definitely Tell on You for Putting Coke in a Free Water Cup at Taco Bell Mark Zuckerberg said he didn't "believe" the social networking site should remove Holocaust denial bullshit because perpetrators weren't necessarily intentionally denying the Holocaust which, um, what the fuck? But anyway, here's the exchange:

Zuckerberg: I'm Jewish, and there’s a set of people who deny that the Holocaust happened.

Rightfully, this pissed a lot of people off. Thursday, either because he was actually apologetic or because he wanted to attempt to protect his public image, Zuckerberg issued what he likely feels is a clarification. In an email to Recode's Kara Swisher, Zuckerberg said he "enjoyed" the interview but had "one thing" he wanted to clear up. "I personally find Holocaust denial deeply offensive, and I absolutely didn't intend to defend the intent of people who deny that," he said. "Our goal with fake news is not to prevent anyone from saying something untrue—but to stop fake news and misinformation spreading across our services."

Blah blah blah. This dude is probably going to run for POTUS soon under the Clinton-esque guise of faux liberal ideas, but don't fall for it. He's basically a Trump.

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