Facebook asks Republicans if they need ‘support’ for becoming ‘extremist’ and will send the same to anyone who has searched ‘key words related to white supremacy’
Facebook is targeting conservative voices and asking them if they need ‘support’ after being becoming ‘extremist’ in its latest overreach on free speech and censorship which users say is patronizing and offensive.
Several conservative voices like John Cardillo, House Delegate Nick Freitas and Alex Berenson shared screenshots of the alerts they received on Twitter.
The alert asked: ‘Are you concerned that someone you know is becoming an extremist? We care about preventing extremism.‘Others in your situation have received confidential support.’
Another targeted people which Facebook deemed had been ‘exposed’ to ‘violent extremism’ and asked them if they needed ‘support’.
The ‘support’ being offered is access to groups like Life After Hate which seeks to rehabilitate people with alt-right views. On its website, they use a photo of the Capitol rioters as an example.
Facebook Now Sending Messages to Some Users Asking About Potentially ‘Extremist’ Friends
Some Facebook users have recently reported being sent warning messages from the social media giant relating to “extremists” or “extremist content.”
“Are you concerned that someone you know is becoming an extremist?” one message reads. “We care about preventing extremism on Facebook. Others in your situation have received confidential support.”
The message also provides a button to “Get Support,” which leads to another Facebook page about extremism.
Redstate editor Kira Davis, who said was sent a screenshot of the message from a friend, wrote: “Hey has anyone had this message pop up on their FB? My friend (who is not an ideologue but hosts lots of competing chatter) got this message twice. He’s very disturbed.”
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China’s President Xi Jinping ‘turns down Mark Zuckerberg’s request to name his unborn child’ at White House dinner
Mark Zuckerberg may have impressed China’s President Xi Jinping by speaking to him in Mandarin, but it didn’t stop the leader from turning down a personal request from the Facebook founder.
According to Page Six, at a prestigious White House dinner hosted by President Obama and the First Lady, Zuckerberg approached President Xi about the subject of his unborn child.