Oculus executives are breaking their silence on founder Palmer Luckey’s funding of anti-Hillary Clinton Internet memes, a story first reported by The Daily Beast. In a Facebook post on Friday, Lucky apologized for “the impact” of his actions and said he is voting for Gary Johnson in the presidential election, not Donald Trump. The comapny’s CEO, Brendan Iribe, wrote on Facebook that Luckey is “free to support the issues or causes that matter to [him], whether or not we agree with those views.” He added: “It is important to remember that Palmer acted independently in a personal capacity, and was in no way representing the company.” Jason Rubin, Oculus’ head of studios, said he takes Luckey at his word after reading his post, despite evidence that Luckey was not telling the whole truth about his invovlement.
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