Tommy Robinson Exposes BBC In Viral Documentary, Gets Banned From Facebook & Instagram Days LaterBig Tech carries out mass banning of right-wingers who shared viral Robinson documentary.
Feb. 26, 2019
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British activist Tommy Robinson released a viral documentary on Saturday exposing an upcoming BBC hit piece against him using undercover video only to be banned days later by Facebook and Instagram.
From Breitbart, "Tommy Robinson Banned from Facebook, Instagram":
Facebook has banned British citizen journalist and street organiser Tommy Robinson from its platforms, including Instagram, in a move that comes days after he released a new documentary exposing what he claimed to be dishonest practise at establishment media giant BBC.It seems like they really don't want people watching this documentary:
Robinson talked about the documentary and his ban Tuesday on the Alex Jones Show:
"My documentary went out 24 hours ago, it had one and a half million views, and today I've been deleted from the internet," Robinson said. "And everyone who shared that documentary, with major profiles ... have all been deleted today."
BBC contributor Mohammed Shafiq bragged on Twitter about his role in getting Robinson banned:
He said he's meeting with YouTube and Google next:
Big Tech went on a ban-a-thon purging a host of thought criminals over just the last few days:
Raheem Kassam managed to get his account back after Don Jr. complained but many others were banned:
[Correction: Robinson's documentary premiered on Saturday, Feb 23rd.]
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