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Former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton hit Facebook during your commencement speech at Hunter College in New York City on Wednesday via the social-media giants fail to take you to a fake video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.
Last week, a three-minute clip of Pelosi spoke at the Center for American Progress, a group called the “policy guard dog was uploaded on Facebook”. Experts believe that the video slows down, and Pelosi will manipulate the pitch to sound as if they were drunk, and pushing their words.
While the copies of the clips have been removed, on YouTube, the original video remains on Facebook, where it racked up millions of views.
Clinton blasted the social media giant inaction.
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“If Facebook the graduates refused to take down said a fake video of Nancy Pelosi, it was not even a close call,” Clinton,. “The video is sexist garbage. And YouTube took it down, but Facebook kept it.”
The former presidential candidate suggested that a message be sent to show Facebook that happens to be opposition from the tech giant, the decision, and warned that the site is flooded would be “” with “false and fake videos”, if anything.