Facebook blocks video ad that criticizes communism

Thursday, August 9, 2018
By Paul Martin

by: Vicki Batts
Thursday, August 09, 2018

Censorship at Facebook is going to even greater extremes: A Republican congressional candidate’s campaign video has been banned for telling the truth about communism. Elizabeth Heng, a Republican running in the deep blue state of California, shared a video that included information about the unfortunate circumstances which led her family to flee communist Cambodia. The powers that be at Facebook banned her video, claiming it was too “shocking” for their network.

Heng was denied the ability to run her campaign video as an advertisement on Facebook. Sources report that Facebook claimed the video violated their rules, declaring it “shocking, disrespectful or sensational” content not fit for their platform. You can view Heng’s campaign ad in full here.

Heng hits back at Facebook censorship

Heng called out Facebook’s blatant censorship, noting that the company had taken issue with the images depicting what her parents had survived in Cambodia. “Facebook, do you think it’s right to censor history?” she asks on Twitter.

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