Another case of Big Tech censorship of conservatives.
May 17, 2018 By Peter D’Abrosca
Facebook has suspended right-wing commentator Candace Owens for a week after posting statistics about poverty rates, according to a Twitter post.
“Dear [President Trump], My [Facebook] page has been suspended for 7 days for posting that white supremacy is not a threat to black America, as much as father absence and & liberal policies that incentivize it, are. I am censored for posting the poverty rates in fatherless homes,” Owens said, posting a screenshot of the message she received from the tech giant.
“It looks like something you posted doesn’t follow our Community Standards,” Facebook told Owens via automated message.
It then told her which post allegedly violated the rules.
“Black Americans must wake up to the great liberal hoax,” she originally posted. “White supremacy is not a threat. Liberal supremacy is.”
She attached an image to the post, which was a screenshot from her Twitter account. The screenshot incorporated the following Tweet:
“Do not let liberal supremacists convince you that white people are the problem at the same time that their policies encourage the 77% father absence rate in black households,” the Tweet said.
Owens’ is the latest case of Big Tech censorship of conservative speech, and the second time this week a tech giant has deemed facts to be a violation of terms of service.
Earlier this week, Twitter briefly suspended a world renowned sexologist, one of the foremost experts in transgenderism, for simply sharing his findings.
Big League Politics reported:
A world renowned psychologist and scientist in the field of transgenderism, pedophilia, and sexual orientation had his Twitter account briefly suspended by the tech giant Sunday after sharing his latest scientific findings.
“Ray Blanchard served on the gender dysphoria working group and chaired the paraphilia working group for DSM V. He is a world expert in the field. Twitter has just suspended his account for a thread setting out his findings from A lifetime of research. Unreal,” Helen Joyce of The Economist said, attaching a photo of the suspended account.
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