Facebook Insider Morgan Kahmann Joins Candace Owens to Discuss Decision to Come Forward to Veritas
Even after Brave Facebook Insider Morgan Kahmann was FIRED last week for exposing Big Tech’s true intentions for our country, Mark Zuckerberg still isn’t done targeting him. In a leaked video that Project Veritas published yesterday, Mark Zuckerberg and Heidi Swartz, Facebook’s VP and Deputy General Counsel, went on offense during an internal company meeting. They were not happy that Morgan shared their censorship secrets with the whole world.
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