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Facebook Deletes Fundraising Posts for Jan. 6 Political Prisoners

Anonymous 10/07/21 (Thu) 13:25:03 ead13e (30) No.14740220

ONE DAY After Facebook “Whistleblower” Begs Congress to Crack Down on Conservatives – Facebook Deletes Fundraising Posts for Jan. 6 Political Prisoners It was all a setup. On Tuesday Facebook “whistleblower” and Democrat donor, Frances Haugen went before a Senate subcommittee this week two days after appearing on “60 Minutes” to push for more tech control of free speech as they see fit.

Facebook, Google-YouTube, and Twitter have been eliminating conservative voices on their platform for years. Even President Trump was banned from Facebook after their fake news reports that he organized an “insurrection” at the US Capitol on Jan. 6th. According to FOX News, Haugen has donated 37 times and given nearly $2,000 to Democrats and related PACs since 2016 while being employed at Facebook, Pinterest, and Gigster, according to Federal Election Commission records.

On Wednesday morning, Rep. Madison Cawthorne (R-NC) joined Stuart Varney on Varney and Co. to discuss Facebook and the peculiar “whistleblower” Frances Haugen. Cawthorne told Stuart he was concerned with this so-called whistleblower whose goal was to censor conservatives and the right to free speech in America. Madison Cawthorne was right. On Wednesday night Facebook began banning, censoring and eliminating ANY POSTS and PLATFORMS that raised money for the Jan. 6 political prisoners. Facebook is sending out warnings to the pages that helped raise money for the Jan. 6 political prisoners who are unjustly sitting in prison without trial for their role or non-role in the Jan. 6 protests and riot. Shawn Bradley Witzemann posted this on Twitter last night (Wednesday) on Facebook banning Tribune Media International page.

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