We’re talking about Facebook’s biased, political, racist, and gender specific censoring of Diamond and Silk. That’s an anti-politically correct grand slam, Facebook. Congratulations!
Facebook has decided that Diamond and Silk, two self-made, opinionated black women, who also happen to be supporters of President Trump, are “unsafe to the community.”
If these two weren’t conservative black women there is no way in hell Facebook would ever deem them as being “unsafe to the community.”
Being a happy and loyal follower of Diamond and Silk myself, I feel that I can say that they are NOT “unsafe” to any “community.”
In fact, you could make the case that they “call out” individuals and organizations who are attempting to make many communities less safe, however.
In a post to their 1.2 million followers on Facebook, the Diamond and Silk wrote:
“Diamond and Silk have been corresponding since September 7, 2017, with Facebook (owned by Mark Zuckerberg), about their bias censorship and discrimination against D&S brand page. Finally after several emails, chats, phone calls, appeals, beating around the bush, lies, and giving us the run around, Facebook gave us another bogus reason why Millions of people who have liked and/or followed our page no longer receives notification and why our page, post and video reach was reduced by a very large percentage.”
The continued, “Here is the reply from Facebook. Thu, Apr 5, 2018 at 3:40 PM: “The Policy team has come to the conclusion that your content and your brand has been determined unsafe to the community.” Yep, this was Facebook’s conclusion after 6 Months, 29 days, 5 hours, 40 minutes and 43 seconds. Oh and guess what else Facebook said: “This decision is final and it is not appeal-able in any way.” (Note: This is the exact wording that Facebook emailed to us.)”
They also posed some questions directly to Zuckerberg:
- What is unsafe about two Black women supporting the President Donald J. Trump?
- Our Facebook page has been created since December 2014, when exactly did the content and the brand become “unsafe to the community?”
- When you say “community” are you referring to the Millions who liked and followed our page?
- What content on our page was in violation?
- If our content and brand was so “unsafe to the community,” why is the option for us to boost our content and spend money with Facebook to enhance our brand page still available? Maybe Facebook should give us a refund since Facebook censored our reach.
- Lastly, didn’t Facebook violate their own policy when Facebook stopped sending notifications to the millions of people who liked and followed our brand page?
“This is deliberate bias censorship and discrimination. These tactics are unacceptable and we want answers!” they said.
I agree with Diamond and Silk. This is an example of liberally biased Facebook deciding to censor and discriminate against individuals on Facebook who don’t agree with their political point of view.
My only question is who else has been blackballed by Facebook, and who is next?
Shame on you Facebook. It was nice knowing you. Some people just don’t know how to handle success.
If it’s one thing we’ve learned, it’s if there is a market to be satisfied, someone will satisfy it. An alternative to Facebook will rise, and I’ll be there to say adios to Facebook and get on-board.
In the meantime, let’s support Diamond and Silk and others like them who are victims of Facebook’s form of social media fascism.
Portions contributed from an article on The Daily Wire by Joseph Curl.