Show-Me Senator Hawely Pressing Zuck Into Apology To Parents

Not so long ago when Zuck forced Elon Musk to back down over a cage match taunt.

Today, he earned a bit of much more serious karmic turnabout . . .

Later on in the hearing, Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., called on Meta's Zuckerberg to directly apologize to the families in the room.

"They're here. You're on national television … Would you like to apologize for what you've done to these good people?" Hawley pressed.

The CEO of Meta, the parent company of both Facebook and Instagram, then stood up and turned around to address parents.

"It's terrible. No one should have to go through the things that your families have suffered," Zuckerberg told them. "And this is why we invest so much and are going to continue doing industry-leading efforts to make sure that no one has to go through the things your families have had to suffer."

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