The Jewish enterprise of Facebook is not doing well. They’ve lost a huge amount of traffic since 2016.


Four billion. That, according to a new study shared with CNBC by market research firm SimilarWeb, is how many monthly page visits Facebook has shed in a slow-drip but nevertheless huge decline over the last two years.

Facebook’s traffic hasn’t just fallen by about half since 2016, according to the study. Among the consequences of such a precipitous drop is the opening it’s given to YouTube, which the study’s data shows is about to overtake Facebook to become the second biggest site, traffic-wise, in the U.S. Which would give Google ownership of the top two spots, pushing Facebook down to number three.

CNBC describes the drop at Facebook as “severe” and goes on to round out its list this way: “The five websites receiving the most traffic in the U.S. in the last several years have been Google, Facebook, YouTube, Yahoo and Amazon, in that order. However, Facebook has seen a severe decline in monthly page visits, from 8.5 billion to 4.7 billion in the last two years, according to the study. Although Facebook’s app traffic has grown, it is not enough to make up for that loss, the study said.”

Google trouncing Facebook is a bit ironic, considering it was Google’s attempt at a feed-based social network (Google+) that ended up falling flat, when it turned out Google already owned a social winner this whole time in the form of YouTube.

Is this really any surprise? Using Facebook is a miserable experience. It has a shit interface and they have an army of thought police to make sure you don’t say things that would offend Jews, niggers, faggots etc.. Plus, younger people aren’t using it. Seems like most of the people who have gravitated to the site are older boomer types and many of them will be dead soon.

Beyond trolling people, it’s beyond me why anybody willfully chooses to use this awful kike-run website. It is not beyond the realm of possibilities to see Facebook become the next MySpace.