Instagram Censors FBI Crime Stats Graph As 'Hate Speech'Chris Menahan
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Facebook-owned Instagram is now censoring FBI crime statistic graphs as "hate speech," according to Blaze TV's Elijah Schaffer.
"Instagram is now removing FBI crime statistic graphs," Schaffer said Saturday on Twitter. "Posted with the necessary citations [as] 'hate speech.'"
"We are getting to the point where narratives are more important than truth," Schaffer said. "And the truth when inconvenient makes you a hateful person. This is 1984."
This is the "hate graph" he posted, which is based off FBI crime stats from 2013:
It makes sense that Instagram would want it censored as it debunks the media's entire false victimization narrative.
While Instagram has apparently deemed FBI crime stats off limits, Fox News and the Wall Street Journal are now running them on their front pages.
For example, Fox News included these lines in their headline article on Sunday titled, "Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey rejects city council's push to defund police, despite veto-proof majority":
Nationally, efforts to defund the police have been broadly unpopular, with only about 20 percent of Americans favoring reductions in police forces. Citing publicly available data, commentators have asserted that the very idea of systemic racism by police is questionable.While Instagram is censoring FBI crime stats as "hate speech," on their official account they're still promoting a "disabled trans model" named Aaron Philip who last year explicitly called for the "killing" of all "transphobes."
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