The Conservative Purge Continues: Christian Leader Franklin Graham Suspended from Facebook Over 2016 Post –VIDEO
It’s no secret that the Silicon Valley tech giants discriminate against conservatives and conservative content.
Facebook has been shutting down traffic to conservative websites since the 2016 election.
Facebook eliminated at least 1.5 billion links to conservative articles since 2017. If you add additional websites like The Gateway Pundit, Infowars, Young Cons, Right Wing News, etc. the number tops 2 billion easy. It is Facebook’s gift to the Democrat Party. Facebook will never allow conservatives to use their platform as a channel of free expression. Several top conservative websites from the 2016 election are no longer in existence. And Republicans mostly ignored this purge of conservative content.
And it’s not just conservative political websites. Top American Christian leader Franklin Graham has now been banned from posting on Facebook.
He’s too controversial.
The Daily Caller reported:
Reverend Franklin Graham says that he was banned from Facebook pursuant to a more than two-year-old post in support of North Carolina’s House Bill 2, which mandated that citizens use the bathroom that corresponds with their biological sex.
The bill was signed into law in 2016 and was considered by many to be bigoted — and it provoked a wave of corporate boycotts targeting the state. It’s not clear which specific post got Graham banned, but the evangelist has been outspoken in support of that bill and of other similar pieces of legislation.
On Friday, Graham railed against Facebook’s alleged ‘censorship,’ of conservatives and Christians.
Last week I was banned from posting on @Facebook for 24 hrs because of a 2016 post about NC’s House Bill 2 (bathroom bill). They said the post went against their “community standards on hate speech.” Facebook is making & changing the rules. 1/2 https://t.co/HYIgErnp3J
— Franklin Graham (@Franklin_Graham) December 29, 2018
UPDATE— Franklin Graham joined FOX and Friends on Sunday morning to discuss the suspension.