‘Welcome to the re-education of America’: Facebook temporarily hiding posts with the #revolution hashtag – twitchy.com
It’s Independence Day weekend, but don’t try tagging your post #revolution on Facebook, as the social media giant is temporarily hiding such posts as some go against Facebook’s community standards. Rep. Thomas Massie made the discovery:
Welcome to the re-education of America on Independence Day weekend… pic.twitter.com/JAQU2BxGOG
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) July 3, 2021
Too many far-right-wing white supremacist militia groups out there planning their next attack on the government on Facebook while Antifa beats up street preachers protesting a naked male in a women’s spa.
Can we ban Community and Safe? Asking for a friend!
— Joanne Dunne (@jedunne) July 3, 2021
That’s funny. It’s their revolution they are censoring.
— Paula L. Wilson (@plwpic) July 3, 2021
I’m sure #socialistrevolution would be acceptable 🤔
— Jake scheel (@5cheel) July 3, 2021
The irony is actually hilarious! Frightening but hilarious 🤣
If there was ever a time for #revolution in this country it’s now
— ☠THE REMNANT HODL🏴☠️ (@theremnanthodl) July 3, 2021
I got nothing….This is insane…..
Ministry of Truth back at it again.
— Legalize Freedom (@480G1) July 3, 2021
It’s super scary when people talk about revolution. Thankfully we have Big Brother protecting us from scary discussions. 🤦♂️
— McBadger (@HMcbadger) July 3, 2021
It’s been sad to see innovators become totalitarian rent seekers. My wife and I are deleting our accounts this weekend. It’s just the first step. Google, LinkedIn, and more are all on the chopping block.
— hairlessmonkey (@hairlessmonkey) July 3, 2021
No re-education without representation
— Colonel Dax (@The_Colonel_Dax) July 3, 2021
If only the King of England had a Minister of Truth like Zuckerberg in 1776…
— Michael Jones (@77MJones) July 3, 2021
Its funny, but not funny. This is dangerous and has to be stopped.
— Keith Pumroy (@KeithPumroy) July 3, 2021
The revolution won’t be televised.
— Stitch Jonze Two9erSeven 🦍 (@dan297Notorious) July 3, 2021
The dumabassery continues.
— GodFamilyCountry🇺🇸Patriot (@BeckieSirolli) July 3, 2021
Correct me if I am wrong but Facebook has not limited #Resist?
Between this and Facebook’s warning that you might have been exposed to extremist content, it’s a banner week for social media.
Facebook wants to know if you’re ‘concerned that someone you know is becoming an extremist’ so that ‘you can take action now’ https://t.co/gB4fRABPfo
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