Facebook Harasses Small Conservative Business And Has It Shut Down

Earlier this week, billionaire Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, and Google CEO Sundar Pichai all testified before Congress regarding continued censorship of their conservative users and conservative content.

They've been called out on it in the past and all have testified before Congress multiple times and still, it continues to this day. Even James O'Keefe at Project Veritas has a video of Facebook and Google employees talking about how they censor conservatives, especially those who support our former president Donald Trump.

These companies consider themselves above the law and something needs to be done in order to get them to stop shutting down and silencing conservatives.

For example, earlier this month the popular Facebook page 'American AF' was permanently shut down by Facebook.

In case you are not familiar American AF is a clothing company that is run by CEO Shawn Wylde who is a former United States Marine.

The Facebook page has been active since 2015 and is used for the clothing company that sells pro-Trump apparel such as shirts, hats, shorts, flags, and much more.

American AF took in $15 million in annual sales in 2019 and expects to reach $10 million in 2020. Its advertising is also significant, with $4.3 million spent on Facebook ads in 2020 alone. The company has spent more than $16.6 million in Facebook advertising over the past five years. A study by New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering listed American AF as Facebook’s third-highest political advertiser even though only some of its apparel is politically themed.

Wylde said the decision was a devastating blow. “It kills our business. … It’s akin to shuttering an entire brick and mortar business.”

Wylde’s attorney, Timothy Parlatore, told American Military News that Facebook’s decision is a “classic case of breach of contract.”

They've created a new page and it's nowhere near what it was yet, but also, since they run what Facebook considers political ads, they must jump through the hoops to get approved to run them, so they are and have been missing out on a lot of income.

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