Amid this last week of primary election campaigning, media personality and Republican gubernatorial candidate Chad Prather has been sentenced to a week of suspension from Facebook.
Life, Love, and Liberty podcaster Monica Matthews is calling this action by Facebook “election interference” and “a matter of national security.”
Prather’s week-long ban from Facebook is just one instance of Facebook’s increasingly totalitarian censorship that has many Americans searching for an alternative. According to Facebook, Prather violated community standards on harassment and bullying when he responded to a woman trolling his account and essentially told her to do more research and spare him the “victimhood.”
Facebook, along with Twitter and YouTube, banned former President Donald Trump from their platforms following the events of January 6, 2020, bringing into question the legitimacy of the oversight overlords and fact-checkers.