Opponents of President Trump have tried the “resist” movement, without really altering his agenda.
They’ve tried claiming his campaign colluded with Russia in 2016, but there’s been no evidence.
They’ve tried portraying him as a bumbling stooge who doesn’t understand the legislative process, the Washington swamp or politics.
Now, they’re suggesting that he broke some inexact boundary by using statistics and analytics in his campaign, apparently obtained from Facebook users.
Reuters jumped in to attack, stating: “Facebook Inc’s shares fell more than 4 percent … after media reports that a political consultancy that worked on President Donald Trump’s campaign gained inappropriate access to data on 50 million Facebook users.”
The report said even “the head of European Parliament said on Monday that EU lawmakers will investigate whether the data misuse has taken place, adding the allegation is an unacceptable violation of citizens’ privacy rights.”
But what really was the