Friday, April 3, 2020

Facebook Rejects GOP Candidate Ad For Laughable Reason

A Republican candidate for office in Michigan was censored on Facebook.

The reason: his ad was “shocking and offensive”.

Aric Nesbitt, a former State Representative and Michigan Lottery Commissioner, detailed his experience to Tucker Carlson on the Fox News Channel (video above).

Fox News Insider reports:

Aric Nesbitt […] said he tried to “boost” his online campaign announcement when the social media giant blocked it and sent him a message calling it “shocking and disrespectful material.”

He said the announcement consisted of his basic policy platform of “limited government,” lower taxes, defending the unborn and protecting the Second Amendment.

Carlson said that left-wing Silicon Valley may have taken issue with the last two.

Have you or somone you know been censored by Facebook? Join the discussion in the comments.

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