Americans Puzzled Over Big Tech CEOs Odd July 4th Behavior

The lives of the ultra-powerful billionaires surrounding Silicon Valley are an immense mystery to most Americans. No one can really understand the questionable behavior, appearances, and initiatives of these all-knowing overlords that the United States is currently beholden to.

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s CEO, added to the utter confusion on July 4th when he posted a video of himself on a a electric hydro-surf board holding an American flag all to the tune of John Denver’s “Take Me Home, Country Roads.”

See for yourself below:

Many on social media were confused with the billionaire’s post, who noteably shies away from the camera unless completely necessary. https://twitter.com/user/status/1411815348693786629

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Ultimately, the universal question for Mark Zuckerberg to answer seemed to be: why?

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The July 4 stunt was not the first time Mark Zuckerberg has posted videos of himself.

As Breitbart News reported, as recently as June 8 he could be seen throwing spears at wooden targets, and shooting a bow and arrow at bowling pins.

The social media Master of the Universe inexplicably wore hearing protection to mark the occasion.

This wasn’t the only time Zuckerberg confused gained online ridicule for his less-than-orthodox auqatic behavior. While vacationing in Hawaii last year, odd photopgraphs leaked of the Big Tech CEO with sunscream smeared on his face, which prompted many memes from the Right comparing him to a mime and Batman’s Jocker.

Zuckerberg later tried to explain the overdone sunscreen as an attempt to disguise himself from the omnipresent paparazzi.

Author: Elizabeth Tierney