Aaron Sorkin vs Mark Zuckerberg

Aaron Sorkin as an avenger of freedom of speech and democracy wrote an open letter at The New York Times accusing Mark Zuckerberg of spreading “crazy lies” due to and triggered by the fact that politics are allowed to have advertising space in Facebook.

Was that just a separate ideological statement, writing that letter, or was it the tip of the iceberg in their long-time acquaintance (?).  After all The Social Network movie writer (Sorkin) faced hard critic from top Facebook executives who made interfaces in his storytelling script back in 2010, as thRollingstone reminds us of in their latest article.
“I admire your deep belief in free speech. But this can’t possibly be the outcome you and I want, to have crazy lies pumped into the water supply that corrupt the most important decisions we make together. Lies that have a very real and incredibly dangerous effect on our elections and our lives and our children’s lives.” he quoted with obvious irony.

In the movie The Social Network the audience vied the story about the controversy of the stolen idea behind the creation of the Facebook platform by Zuckerberg from the Winklevoss twins, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss.
In The New York Times letter and at the Independent.co.uk   there is a reminder of what (among the rest) also triggered Sorkin, which was that  if he had known Zuckerberg's quotes in a recent congressional committee about true democracy and the personal judgment of fact-checking, with addition to his acceptance of having political advertisements in facebook, more or less interfering or even slightly  programming people’s opinion, as facebook is the leading online platform where the Americans get their news, he would as he quoted in his letter have “had the Winklevoss twins invent Facebook in his film”.