(Liberty Bell) – Social media giant Facebook is once again proving they are a left-leaning company by block links to a New York Post story that exposes Patrisse Khan-Cullors, a co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, going on a home buying spree and preventing the platform’s users from being able to share the link either publicly or in a private message.
According to Infowars, the article published in the NY Post was put out on April 10 with the headline ‘Inside BLM co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors’ million-dollar real estate buying binge.’ The story goes on to discuss how Khan-Cullors, a proud self-described Marxist, recently bought four very high-end homes, spending a total of $3.2 million.
One of those homes came with a $1.4 million price tag and is located in Topanga Canyon, California. This is a neighborhood that is predominantly white with a black population of only 1.6 percent. For someone who thinks she’s being oppressed by white people, that seems like a strange place to hang your hat, right?
Another one of the homes she purchased, a “custom ranch,” is located in the state of Georgia and features 3.2 rural acres along with a “private airplane hangar with a studio apartment above it” plus an indoor swimming pool.
One BLM activist has called for an investigation into how the finances for the official organization are being used. However, other leaders in BLM stepped forward and threatened to take legal action against him.
Now we have Facebook attempting to stop the spread and flow of information by censoring links to the story and not allowing them to be shared on the platform. When a person tries to post the link, a message pops up that says, “Your post couldn’t be shared, because this link goes against our Community Standards.”
Facebook users cannot even send the link through a private message.
Facebook will not allow you to post this NY Post story or even to message it to another person. (I just tested it).
So Facebook is now effectively opening your mail and reading the contents for ideologically objectionable material.
— Abigail Shrier (@AbigailShrier) April 15, 2021
“Twitter also initially forced commentator Jason Whitlock to delete his tweet about the buying spree, which featured a link to the Dirt real estate website, but the tweet was later restored,” Infowars reports.
“Weeks before the presidential election, both Twitter and Facebook blocked the posting of links to a New York Post story about the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop, a move described as “an unprecedented step against a major news publication,” the report continues.
Yeah, all of this flies in the face of all the liberals saying there’s no such thing as censorship on social media, doesn’t it?
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