CENSORSHIP: Red Elephants' Facebook Page BannedThe Red Elephants are the latest victim of big tech censorship.
by LIONEL DU CANE
Aug. 31, 2019
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The number of high profile dissident right social media personalities removed off various platforms for no given reason, other than problematic opinions, continues to rise.
James Allsup and The Iconoclast are just two big names who lost their YouTube channels amid another wave of politically-motivated censorship.
This time, The Red Elephants' Facebook page was seemingly banned after what its owner, Vincent James, called a "mass-flagging" when The National File reached out to him.
In short, James believes a group of individuals targeted his page, and reported dozens or hundreds of the posts with the goal of getting it taken down by Facebook's administrators.