[Skip to comments.](#comment) Posted on 10/12/2021 9:08:20 AM PDT by [RandFan](/~randfan/) Sophie Zhang, a second Facebook “whistleblower,” wants to testify before Congress to talk about “potential criminal violations” from the social media giant. When she was fired from Facebook last fall, she wrote a nearly 8,000 word memo accusing them of not censoring their platform enough. Like the last whistleblower, she is expected to call for more censorship. Zhang, a transgender woman, grew up in Michigan and is the daughter of parents who immigrated from China. The second Facebook whistleblower has come out and seeks to testify before Congress about the social media company’s “potential criminal violations.” Sophie Zhang, a transgender woman, claims to have submitted documents to an unnamed US law enforcement agency regarding her allegations. “If Congress wishes for me to testify, I will fulfill my civic duty, as I’ve publicly stated for the past half year. Last year, I testified privately before a European Parliamentary committee though I was avoiding press. My duty to democracy comes first,” Zhang tweeted on Thursday. (Excerpt) Read more at nationalfile.com … New credit card? Please submit a new monthly if your credit card expires or they give you a new account number or new expiration date. We will pull your old monthly for you. Thank you very much for your loyal support! Okay, I’m confused, whose whistle is she/he blowing? Not censoring enough. We need more censoring on FB! Always remember that transgender means fake, so a transgender woman is a fake woman, really a man. Transgender “entity” since someone can’t make up their mind? I am sure “his” parents are very proud of “him.” I know the CCP is proud of him for calling for the destruction of free speech in AmeriKKKa. Hey, is he working for the CCP now? Typical pervert Democrat craving oppression.. So she REALLY IS a woman. Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.
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