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Oops: Leftists Upset Facebook Censors Anti-Men
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Posted By: Dreadnought, 1/15/2021 1:59:36 PM

It’s no secret that Facebook constantly censors content, but a recent investigation from Vice has the outlet suddenly upset that censorship might even happen to them. The platform has reportedly censored some groups just for using the word “men” and liberals don’t grasp the irony that they can’t say “men are trash.” Vice’s investigation claimed that Facebook is “cracking down” on groups “dedicated to discussing everyday injustices in the patriarchal world that we live in.” These groups reportedly violated “Facebook’s standard for hate speech for seemingly simply mentioning the word ‘men.’” By saying bad things about “men” as a group, not individual men.

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Misandry is taught. It's normalized in higher education and culture.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 1/15/2021 3:57:09 PM (No. 662173)
Why is any patriot who cares about free speech still on facebook, instagram or twitter?!!! Is convenience and the ability to see cute pictures really worth your freedom? These people have this power, because we have funded them!
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