EXCLUSIVE: Facebook Yanks Viral Conservative Facebook Post That Exposed Obama’s Gun Grab Legislation

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg is known for being an extreme liberal who targets conservatives, but we just felt the wrath of his douchebaggery first hand.

We posted an article that broke down President Obama’s plan to inhibit citizens right to bear arms.  In doing such, we paid $100 to boost this post, which it was accepted and boosted.

The post reached nearly 1 million people before facebook took action against it.


After about 24 hrs, the post boost was cancelled and we received a message stating that it went against Facebook ad policy, here’s what they said specifically:

Your ad wasn’t approved because it promotes the sale of ammunition, firearms, paintball guns, BB guns, or other weapons, including knives, daggers, swords, bows, arrows, knuckle dusters, and nunchucks. Advertising the sale of weapons or leading to destinations where the business primarily focuses on the sale of weapons is not allowed.

Keep in mind that ads can promote advocacy or interest groups that help connect people who have interests related to these products, as long as it doesn’t lead to the sale of any weapons.

Obviously the post had nothing to do with the sale of weapons, and was completely based on the illegal actions of the Obama administration. Just read the post, it says it right in the headline.

As the post got very popular someone at Facebook must have noticed it and decided it was time to take action against it.

It’s just another day for the left,  trying to silence people exposing their illegal activities.

Share this post on facebook and social media if you’re sick and tired of being silenced!


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