Facebook Censoring Again [PLUS: Hillary Still Making Excuses]

Facebook Censoring Again [PLUS: Hillary Still Making Excuses]

Facebook Censoring Angel Mom

The term “angel parent” is a name given to those who have lost children at the hands of illegal immigrants. Unfortunately, Mary Ann Mendoza earned that title when her son was killed by an illegal immigrant who was driving drunk in 2014.

After the death of her son, Mary became a public advocate against illegal immigration. Part of her advocacy includes posting on Facebook about the highly debated topic.

During an interview on Fox 7 Friends, she talked about Facebook censoring her posts, claiming they were “hate speech” and went against community standards. She went on to say,

It was kind of surprising to me. This just isn’t right. I sent the information to Facebook. Of course, I never hear back… But it’s becoming more and more apparent that the magnitude of crimes that illegals are committing in our country, and the information that myself and other angel families and organizations are getting out there, is not settling well with the liberal ideas and pro-illegal, pro-open borders people.

The angel mother has had problems with Twitter removing her posts as well. She has since started her own blog so that she has a platform where she won’t have to worry about being censored by companies pushing their liberal agenda.


Hillary Clinton Still Making Excuses

Hillary Clinton still can’t accept the fact that she lost the presidential election fair and square.

While giving a speech at George Washington University during an event called “In Defense of Democracy,” Clinton said “You can run the best campaign, you can have the best plans, you can get the nomination, you can win the popular vote. And you can lose the Electoral College and therefore the election for these four reasons. Number one; voter suppression.”

She continued by stating that 27,000 to 200,000 voters in Wisconsin were turned away from the polls. She has not given any evidence to back up these numbers. This is especially odd because she lost Wisconsin by around 22,000 votes.

While some people were turned away on election day it was for valid reasons, such as not having an ID or the name on their ID not matching the name on their voter registration.

It will be interesting to see what excuse she comes up with next.

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