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Wednesday, 10/31/2012 - 07:53 am EST

Censoring Navy Seals? Nice Job, Facebook.

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Facebook has annoyed me more than usual lately.  Between some mishaps with our Administration on the backend of our COTR page and them forcing Timeline down my throat like the social media dictators they are, yeah - they've just irked me lately.  And let's face it - when it comes down to brass tacks, they're a liberal medium - just like the rest of the lamestream media.  I'm actually shocked and dismayed on a daily basis that our COTR page hasn't been scrubbed by the Facebook Powers-that-Be.

Enter Facebook censoring Navy SEALS.  Yes, CENSORING.

Over the weekend, Facebook took down a message by the Special Operations Speaks PAC (SOS) which highlighted the fact that Obama denied backup to the forces being overrun in Benghazi.

Basically, Obama was the SEALS' buddy when he "relied" on them to go kill Osama bin Laden, then shunned them in the Benghazi attack.  Go figure.  Especially coming from a man who claims that everyone knows that he is a consistent man of his word and all. 

HA HA HA HA HA HA.  Sometimes I crack myself up.

Anywho - the President of Political Media, Inc - Larry Ward - posted the message about the SEALs, and was promptly scolded by Facebook.  Facebook warned him, then suspended his account when he didn't heed said warning (on a side note - you GO ON, Mr. Ward).  This is what he posted, and what Facebook took down:

Here's what Ward said about the post before it was scrubbed by Facebook:

We created and posted this meme on Saturday after news broke that Obama had known and denied SEALS the backup they requested. 

Once the meme was up it garnered 30,000 shares, approx. 24,000 likes, and was read by hundreds of thousands of people -- all within 24 hrs. On Sunday, I went into the SOS Facebook page to post something else and found a warning from Facebook that we had violated Facebook's Statement of Rights and Responsibilities with our meme. So I copied the warning, put it on the meme as as caption, and re-posted the meme to the Facebook page. 

Wow.  Shame on Ward and his organization for not protecting Dear Leader.  Thank goodness Facebook was there to show them that telling the truth about Dear Leader is worthy of censorship and punishable by scrubbing.  Liberal IT nerds...God help us all.

So, THIS is what it's like to live in North Korea.  Good to know, Facebook.  Good to know.



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