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but see for house speaker Nancy Pelosi the fact that this doctor video of her continues to live on Facebook is confirmation the social media giant is an enabler of false information on its platform and on Wednesday during a speaking engagement in San Francisco she lashed out but when a a something like Facebook says I know this is false , love to me if it says two things one %HESITATION that they prob I was giving them the benefit of the doubt on Russia but clearly they I thought it was on waiting but clearly they willingly , were accomplices in enablers of false information to go because they Facebook didn't respond to requests for comment but according to some media reports the company said it would not remove the video in a statement to The Washington Post on Friday Facebook said quote we don't have a policy that stipulates that the information you post on Facebook must be true the doctor video which slows down her speech in hand movements making pelo see look less alert started circulating last week amid a tense feud between her and president Donald Trump crazy Nancy questioning each other's fitness for office I wish the family are his ministration knows staff would have an intervention she's not the same person %HESITATION she's lost it Facebook and CEO mark Zuckerberg have been facing increasing scrutiny over fake news hate speech and data privacy issues while the company has been doing more to clean up its platform critics say it isn't enough Facebook's annual shareholder meeting will take place on Thursday in Menlo Park and is expected to drop protesters calling on Facebook to do more to keep the platform safe from misinformation especially as the US heads into another presidential election campaign season