Deportation is an important tool necessary to keep American citizens safe. One can even argue it works to keep illegal immigrants safe as deporting violent criminals, such as the man accused of shooting a sheriff’s deputy in California, removes them from the communities where many illegal immigrants reside.
But Facebook has a different perspective. To them, calling for the deportation of criminal illegal immigrants is hate speech.
We tend to say controversial things on NOQ Report. It’s not that they should be seen as controversial, but in the post-truth society the left is trying to create in America, saying that sanctuary jurisdictions protect “criminal illegal aliens from being properly escorted back to their home counties” is considered to be hate speech. It’s not hate speech to defend the man who shot a deputy trying to do his job. But it’s hate speech to say he should be deported and that sanctuary jurisdictions prevent justice from being delivered.
I didn’t submit it or review. There’s no reason to expect progressives at a Facebook’s review center to see anything but “hate speech” in this post. It’s not important to them that I’m a legal immigrant who believes we need more legal immigrants, with the keyword of course being “legal.” It’s not important that I’m empathetic with those who come to our country for opportunity while being vehemently opposed to those who shoot sheriff’s deputies. To them, it’s all “hate speech” if it doesn’t fit their political narrative.
Facebook and the other tech giants currently provide a large chunk of our traffic. But we will not bow to authoritarian edicts for the sake of pageviews. As their war against freedom of thought continues, we have no intentions of backing down.
We are currently forming the American Conservative Movement. If you are interested in learning more, we will be sending out information in a few weeks.
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