James Woods Has Stern Warning For Twitter CEO Jack After FB Stock Price Drops — “Mark is a d***, Don’t be like Mark.”

If you follow the stock market closely, you would’ve noticed this morning that Facebook’s stock has dropped by over 20%. Fewer people are signing up with the social media giant. This may be due to the Cambridge Analytica theft of their user’s data. The scandal affected millions of unsuspecting users who had no idea that their personal information was compromised. According to the propaganda newspaper, The New York Times,

“So the firm harvested private information from the Facebook profiles of more than 50 million users without their permission, according to former Cambridge employees, associates and documents, making it one of the largest data leaks in the social network’s history.”

“The data leaks hurt the Company’s reputation but not their stocks. It a bid to try and combat what they call fake news the have spent millions to address the situation.”

“CEO Mark Zuckerberg said, “we’re investing so much in security that it will significantly impact our profitability and we’re starting to see that this quarter.”

If you still use Facebook’s platform, you might have received notifications explaining the changes to their policy. Also, they have been running commercials letting people know that they are changing the way people interact. They want users to see less share this or like if you agree and more of people’s personal interactions with their family or friends. At at least that’s what I took away when I watched the commercial below.

Facebook’s stock price drop was reported across the spectrum. Via Market Watch,

“Facebook Inc. is evidently not bulletproof.

“The social-media behemoth’s stock lost roughly one-fifth of its value in the extended session Wednesday after its earnings report missed expectations on revenue and showed slowing user growth. Weak guidance also rattled investors.

“Facebook FB, -19.02% stock dropped about 7% immediately after the earnings report was released, then plummeted to a loss of more than 20% as a conference call with analysts progressed. Close to 34 million shares changed hands in the extended session, well above the average volume of 17 million shares for a regular trading session over the past month.

“Should the losses hold into Thursday’s regular session, Facebook would lose more than $100 billion in market capitalization and lose the stock’s gains for the year thus far. As the after-hours session wrapped up, Facebook was trading at $173.50, down 20%.

“Facebook stock had recovered from a decline earlier this year in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, one of several controversies and warning signs that the company had managed to weather with little damage to its stock. But declining revenue and user growth, topped by a warning from executives that it will continue, seemed to end that run.

“The guidance, it’s nightmare guidance,” GBH Insights head of technology research Daniel Ives said. “If you look at their forecast for the second half of the year in terms of user growth, and the expense profile, it refuels the fundamental worries about Facebook post-Cambridge Analytica.”

The news has received lots of responses from Twitter users, like Lauren who was replying to a tweet from @JuddLegum,

“I hope the whole thing implodes. They are a plague on society. Everything about Facebook makes my skin crawl.”

User Wow. Much wow tweeted,

“Hmmm……company who sells ad space to foreigners for the purpose of undermining the democratic sovereignty of the United States of America surpised that US citizens and people around the world are tired to their BS. I don’t really care, do you?”

The news caught the eye of actor James Woods, who sent out multiple tweets warning for the CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey. Woods tweeted,

“It is @Twitter that will suffer from this, @jack. I divested @Twitter from my portfolio, not even as a boycott, but because the stock will drop in value now that investors realize how biased it is. This nonsense destroyed @facebook. Be smarter than Mark Zuckerberg. It’s not hard.”

Woods hit Dorsey again by tweeting,

“This is the future of @Twitter, @jack. Stop attacking the right of free speech on @Twitter. Stop #Shadowbanning conservatives, @jack. Mark is a dick. Don’t be like Mark.”

Mr. Woods followers joined in and expressed their dissatisfaction with both social media platforms, like user Cathy Jarvis who tweeted,

“I was booted from FB for no reason as well except I am sure for my political views. Now they asked for copies of every bit of personal info on me to get it reinstated. They can pound sand.”

User Robin65 tweeted,

“And it’s true, BOTH Twitter and Facebook are targeting conservatives and attempting to silence any conservative they can, with out any due process what so ever. You can’t dispute any ban. It’s their word, and only their word.”

President Trump weighed in on the shadow banning issue and tweeted,

“Twitter “SHADOW BANNING” prominent Republicans. Not good. We will look into this discriminatory and illegal practice at once! Many complaints.”

Well folks, there you have it straight from the Boss! What do you think about Facebook’s stock price dropping? Do you care? Leave a comment and let us know.

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