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Is Paul Ryan Mark Zuckerberg’s New Bestie?

Zuckerberg’s immigration group has purchased approx. $350,000 of TV time to promote right-wing Paul Ryan

By: Daniel Koren
Published: August 14th, 2013 in News » World
Mark Zuckerberg & Paul Ryan

Mark Zuckerberg, the social media guru and Facebook CEO, was apparently not dissuaded by the often entertaining Paul Ryan/Mitt Romney campaign last year.

Americans for a Conservative Direction, a group led by Zuckerberg, has reportedly invested $350,000 worth of television ad time that will be devoted entirely to promoting the republican macho-man himself, Paul Ryan.

According to Politico, the commercial begins with a photo of Ryan, and a caption that reads: “Amnesty? Not a chance.”

It goes on to describe Ryan as looking for a ‘conservative solution’ to the immigration issue in America.

The ad will run from this Friday until September 3rd on various cable and broadcast networks.

It seems unusual that Zuckerberg, a man who has dined with President Barack Obama, is now promoting a man who has tried to put an end to Obama’s presidency.

This isn’t the first time Zuckerberg has promoted a right-wing candidate in the White House.

Related articles: Mark Zuckerberg, Paul Ryan, Facebook, Right-Wing, Republican, Politics
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