James O’Keefe, who is in charge of Project Veritas, had his twitter account suspended. O’Keefe recently posted videos of CNN Technical Director Charles Chester (clip 1, Part 2 , Part 3: CNN Aiding BLM.
According to Disclose.tv, facebook is not allowing users to share a New York Post story about BLM co-founder Pattrise Khan-Cullors real estate purchases . The story was published 4/10/21. The New York Post printed another story yesterday about Patrisse Khan Cullors earning $20,000/month from Reform LA Jails.
Facebook and Twitter prevented users from sharing a New York Post story about emails from Hunter Biden’s Laptop in October 2020:
Facebook and Twitter took action on Wednesday to limit the distribution of New York Post reporting with unconfirmed claims about Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, leading President Trump’s campaign and allies to charge the companies with censorship.
Both social media companies said the moves were aimed at slowing the spread of potentially false information. But they gave few details about how they reached their decisions, sparking criticism about the lack of clarity and consistency with which they apply their rules.
The New York Post published a series of stories on Wednesday citing emails, purportedly sent by Biden’s son Hunter, that the news outlet says it got from Trump’s private attorney, Rudy Giuliani, and former Trump adviser Steve Bannon.
Facebook was limiting distribution of the Post’s main story while its outside fact-checkers reviewed the claims, spokesman Andy Stone said. That means the platform’s algorithms won’t place posts linking to the story as highly in people’s news feeds, reducing the number of users who see it. However, the story has still been liked, shared or commented on almost 600,000 times on Facebook, according to data from CrowdTangle, a research tool owned by the social network.
Twitter and Facebook reversed the decision to censor the NYP Biden story in December 2020.
- Users that wanted to share links to the DailyMail.com were met with a message that said it ‘couldn’t be shared’
- The same article in Black Enterprise was allowed to be shared by Facebook users
- Black Enterprise and DailyMail.com both cited the New York Post in their stories
- Twitter recently suspended sports writer Jason Whitlock for sharing the story
- The story noted that Patrisse Cullors, 37, had spent $1.4 million on a Los Angeles property
JUST IN – Facebook is blocking links to the New York Post, the 4th largest newspaper in the US. A story about Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors can't be shared anymore on the platform.
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House Judiciary Committee approves plan to put Big Tech in check
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