Here's What Happens When Facebook Flags You For 'Hate Speech'

Chris Menahan
Aug. 20, 2018

Prager University went from reaching around 75,000 of their 3 million Facebook followers per post to an average of 2 after being flagged for "hate speech."

From Mediaite:
Facebook has issued an apology after it removed content from Prager University's Facebook page, prompting the organization to claim "we're being heavily censored."

"We mistakenly removed these videos and have restored them because they don't break our standards," Facebook wrote on Twitter on Friday.

Facebook added: "This will reverse any reduction in content distribution you've experienced. We're very sorry and are continuing to look into what happened with your Page."

The posts removed talked about Israel's right to exist and posited that the Paris Climate Accord doesn't help the earth.

PragerU responded to Facebook's apology by asking, "Does anyone really believe this was simply a mistake?"
Shadow bans are supposed to be subtle!

I guess it's all for the best as it makes it that much easier for the Trump administration to drop the hammer on these Big Tech censors.

"Hate speech" is a made up, undefinable, fake concept which doesn't even exist under American law. The notion these Big Tech companies, which have become the public square, would censor people for "hate speech" rather than follow the First Amendment is far more offensive than any extreme rhetoric.

As President Trump said over the weekend, "Let everybody participate, good & bad, and we will all just have to figure it out!"

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