Facebook Bans “Recall Newsom” and Twitter Bans “Focus on the Family”

Craig Huey California, Facebook, Free Internet, Freedom of Speech 1 Comment

Censorship of conservatives, libertarians, Christians and Republicans has escalated and continues to grow.

The latest:

Twitter has banned Focus on the Family.

Facebook has banned the Recall Newsom California campaign.

Twitter is basically a monopoly.

Facebook is basically a monopoly.

And they both abuse their power.

Take Twitter’s banning of Focus on the Family.

Focus on the Family has a Christian worldview, helping families with parenting.

What did they do wrong?

They told the truth … it wasn’t even opinion.

In a tweet mentioning Dr. Rachel Levin, Joe Biden’s nominee to be assistant secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, Focus on the Family tweeted:

“Dr. Levin is a transgender woman, that is, a man who believes he is a woman.”

That’s a biological fact. It’s reality. It’s truth.

But Twitter called it “hateful content.”

And the California Recall Newsom campaign has the governor and his socialist friends nervous as they get closer to having enough names on a petition to trigger a recall election.

So Facebook has banned the group promoting the recall.

Just like they did with many conservative/libertarian/Christian candidates, they wouldn’t allow them to use their platform for their election.

So get this. Facebook has banned the Recall Newsom movement from advertising.

But guess what? No ban on Governor Newsom’s advertising.

This type of censorship is wrong and must stop.

One of the petitions we have is on the SPLC – a group that targets and smears good groups and people that trigger censorship by Big Tech and others.

Click HERE to sign and help gain support to stop this abuse.

Incidentally, for California readers, fill out and send the Recall Newsom petition to your friends and family. Click HERE.

Let me know what you think. Email me at craig@craighuey.com

Comments 1

  1. It’s been sad to see what were once forums for free discussion of different viewpoints turn into safe spaces for adherents to the perverse pseudomorality of the postmodern, post-Christian, secular West. Even if efforts to suppress alternative forums and news sources ultimately fail, as I believe they will, that a large segment of the population, ensconced in these safe space, will seldom hear, much less have to answer, viewpoints it finds objectionable does not bode well for future Americans’ critical thinking skills.

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