I think Firefox is objectively better than the other browsers out there. But I'm seriously considering switching me and my company's primary browser from Firefox to something else because of this.
As a dev who's leading a team of devs (who constantly come and leave the company), it's common for us to buy new devices or factory reset old devices and install Firefox (if not already present). During casual meetings, people keep bringing up extremely biased political feeds by "Pocket", which is completely inappropriate for a work environment. Yes, one can disable "Recommended by Pocket", but a lot of people, myself included, shouldn't be required to do it. It is too much of an ask to expect people to manually turn off politically motivated feeds from the get-go.
One example is that we were recommended an article about "Queerness in India". Now, some of you folks might want to read this at work, or find it appropriate, but you have to understand that not everyone does.
So, the way I see it, there are two ways to go about it. Either make the Pocket feed politically neutral and just remove any politically motivated articles, or potentially lose a portion of the user base in the corporate world who finds it inappropriate. Needless to say, even outside of companies, Firefox will lose users on the other side of the aisle, which would be a shame for a great browser like Firefox.