(Natural News) Facebook has vowed to crack down on any attempts by organizations to use their website to interfere with the presidential election. While this has resulted in them taking down the Facebook pages of several anarchist extremist news organizations such as It’s Going Down and CrimethInc., it has so far refused to take action against many other controversial radical leftist pages, like Adbusters and Rose City Antifa.
Rose City Antifa, a Portland-based Antifa organization that was formed in 2007, claims that their goal is to defend Portland against fascism. However, they have a solid reputation for political violence even against regular conservatives. Several Rose City Antifa members have even been accused of beating up Andy Ngo, potentially giving the independent conservative journalist brain damage.
Adbusters a group based out of Canada, is responsible for helping to kick start the Occupy Wall Street riots in 2011. They are currently busy trying to meddle in the elections by organizing a “siege” of the White House, set to begin on Sep. 17 and end after election day.
Despite this, in an interview Zuckerberg said that the platform was actively trying to stamp out violent organizations from their website. “We’re trying to make sure that we do our part to make sure that none of this is organized on Facebook,” he said.
And yet, when presented with an extensive report on the violence perpetrated by Rose City Antifa and other left-wing extremist organizations like it, Facebook has still refused to take action. (Related: Conservatives are censored, but domestic terrorists are openly allowed to use Facebook to organize a violent coup.)
Antifa violence organized in Facebook has resulted in the death of a conservative
The Antifa violence that is being organized through social media networks like Facebook has already resulted in people dying.
In the most notable example, Michael Forest Reinoehl shot and killed 39-year-old Aaron “Jay” Danielson, a conservative Trump Supporter.
Reinoehl has described himself as “100 percent Antifa” on a post on Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, at the beginning of the engineered rioting – several months before the fateful incident. Facebook could have done something to shut down Reinoehl’s social media accounts to make it harder for him to organize with his Antifa comrades, but they didn’t.
At the time he was shot, Danielson was wearing a hat for the group Patriot Prayer, a conservative activist organization that Facebook has banned from their website in their effort to remove “Violent Social Militias” from their platform.
As Zuckerberg continues to lie about censorship on Facebook, domestic terrorist organizations like the Black Lives Matter movement continue organizing through social media. Listen to this episode of the Health Ranger Report, a podcast by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, and learn more about how the movement is not promoting racial equality, but is an organization rooted in anti-White racism, racial superiority and Black supremacy.
Zuckerberg lying when he said he believed in free speech
In an appearance on the show Axios on Sep. 8, Zuckerberg explained how he was “a big believer in free expression” despite the fact that it has decided to ban all kinds of political ads from airing a week before the election. The reason he gave for this brazen act of censorship is that Facebook, despite the fact that it has over 15,000 content moderators, might not have time to “correct” any “misinformation” that suddenly spreads.
He added that, if no clear winner is announced on the night of Nov. 3, Facebook will be censoring posts that declare anyone a winner by adding their own “informational context” to it. It is not entirely clear what this context could be.
“We need to be doing everything we can to reduce the chances of violence or civil unrest in the – in the wake of this election,” said Zuckerberg.
Learn more about the many ways tech giants like Zuckerberg are using their control over the internet to stifle conservative voices and amplify left-wing extremist ones by reading the articles at TechGiants.news.