The Fury Over Mark Zuckerberg's Political Committee Is Getting Louder By The Second
Zuckerberg's first step was forming a non-profit
Zuckerberg has enlisted several technology executives to help with with the effort and the New York Times reports:
[Fwd.Us] has bankrolled television ads endorsing the conservative stands taken by three lawmakers, prompting an outcry from liberal groups and a call to withhold advertisements from
This isn't really a negative because it is the nature of politics. Fwd.Us is willing to play hard ball and bolster the GOP if it means immigration sailing through the Senate.The Sierra Club, the League of Conservation Voters, and MoveOn.org are some of the outraged libearl groups, the Times says. The three organizations announced earlier this week that they would suspend buying ads on Facebook, although the removal will have little economic impact on Facebook. Despite the negativity Fwd.Us says that it was ready for the backlash. Jim Breyer, a venture capitalist with Accel Partners and a contributor to the cause sent an email statement to the Times:Advertisement
Our advertising decisions are being made by a very smart team of political operatives who know that passing major reform will require some different and innovative tactics.
I’m proud to support Fwd.Us as they work to pass comprehensive immigration reform.
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