Just In: Trump Gone From Facebook For At Least Two Years

For a moment this week, the world thought Donald Trump might be allowed back on Facebook and Instagram. Facebook later said Trump was not.

Friday, the tech tyrants running Facebook officially suspended the former president for at least two years.

“Given the gravity of the circumstances that led to Mr. Trump’s suspension,” Facebook says it is “suspending his accounts for two years, effective from the date of the initial suspension on January 7th this year.”

In 2023, when Trump’s suspension is lifted, Facebook adds, “there will be a strict set of rapidly escalating sanctions that will be triggered if Mr. Trump commits further violations in future, up to and including permanent removal of his pages and accounts.”

It’s frightening to see a platform take this approach while letting CCP-worshipping and anti-Semitic hacks post as they wish.

Pathetic.

UPDATE: Donald Trump released the following statement:

“Next time I’m in the White House there will be no more dinners, at his request, with Mark Zuckerberg and his wife. It will be all business!”

Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers media, politics, and sports at OutKick.

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  1. Not only anti-Semitic hacks and CCP worshipers, but Antifa actively recruits folks on social media, as does ISIS. Hey that’s ok though just don’t disagree with fake wokeism or stand up for the USA.

  2. Will they uphold the ban on COVID-19 origin “conspiracies”? Probably.

    They only “follow the science” when it aligns with their political viewpoint. I tend to follow the evidence as opposed to “the science”.

    I want to put all the people involved on lie-detector tests to see if they really believe in the bans or if they know it is just politics. My bet is on lying but I don’t really know what would be worse.

  3. Does he, or anyone care anymore? It’s just going to push folks to alternative sites, and hurt their bottom line. Some rich, business savvy techie is going to come up with a rival service and then really put these monopolies under the anti-trust microscope. They stopped Parler for a while-I believe there access was restored by Amazon, but the demand for alternatives has almost reached the point where it’d more and more profitable to take the big boys on.

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