Silicon Valley tech giants are barely trying to hide their hatred for Christian conservatives.
No one gets under their skin more than Franklin Graham.
And their latest attempt to censor him blew up in their face.
Franklin Graham was banned by Facebook for a post that was two years old.
The advocate for Christ was banned for simply sharing a post, something millions of people do everyday.
The post was dated from 2016 and was a denouncement of the North Carolina Bathroom Bill, which would have allowed men to use women’s restrooms.
But Facebook was forced to lift the ban after they received backlash from Christian users.
Facebook tried to play it off as a “mistake.”
The Hill reports:
The representative went on to say that the mistake was made by the company’s content review team — which is comprised of 15,000 members — and that the company has since restored Graham’s account and the post in question.
The company has said it will also apologize to the administrator of Graham’s Facebook page, according to the spokesperson.
Graham took aim at the company over the incident in a post on Facebook on Friday.
“Why?” Graham asked in the post in reference to him being banned from the platform. “Because of a post from back in 2016 about North Carolina’s House Bill 2 (the bathroom bill). Facebook said the post went against their ‘community standards on hate speech.’ Facebook is trying to define truth.”
Facebook has been making a lot of “mistakes” this year.
Many of these “mistakes” have been banning, silencing, and suppressing prominent conservative voices.
They “mistakenly” shadow-banned Prager U, a conservative educational website that is hitting home with millennials.
And, as we previously reported, they rejected multiple ad applications for “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer,” an anti-abortion movie, from multiple Facebook users.
Facebook also “mistakenly” blocked Fox News Radio commentator Todd Starnes and apologized for it.
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