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Big Tech Covering For BLM


Hello, and welcome to American Truth Projects, Really Dumb Things They Said. I'm Barry Nussbaum.

Big Tech is covering for BLM by blocking a story on the Black Lives Matter co-founders, multiple million-dollar home purchases. Facebook is giving their message, "Your content couldn't be shared because this link goes against our community standards." The very liberal New York Times tweeted the reasons for blocking the story noting the co-founder's residences were being identified, and that should not be disclosed.

Newsmax attempted to post a New York Post report headlining, "Inside BLM Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors, Multimillion-Dollar Real Estate Buying Binge," but they could not. The error message saying, "Your message couldn't be sent because it includes content that other people on Facebook have reported as abusive."

However, other stories on a similar topic were permitted to be shared, like a Facebook story sharing a similar New York Post report of celebrity home purchases like Ivanka and Jared buying a $30 million lot on a secure Miami island. That was reported as a no error message, and other stories reporting the residence location of President Trump were shown and no error message.

So, to be clear, you can post thousands of times about the personal residences of the President of the United States, his immediate family, and other celebrities. But not the residences purchased with donated money by the BLM socialist revolutionary founder; got it. Is this dumb enough for you? Do you see that conflict?

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