Earlier this week, Laura Loomer and several other “controversial” conservatives were banned from Facebook and Instagram.
In response, Loomer decided to crash Facebook headquarters to find out why they banned her — but she didn’t even get past the front lobby before she was forcibly removed by police.
Take a look:
I Want Answers
Loomer makes her living on social media. As such, she is now claiming that by banning her, Facebook is depriving of her of making money.
Now, some people consider Loomer to be an extremist — but is she really any more extreme than holding up a severed head of Donald Trump (like Kathy Griffin) or putting a gun to the head of a Trump impersonator and pulling the trigger (like Snoop Dogg)?
Loomer’s biggest threat to a liberal-oriented platform like Facebook is that she pulls no punches when it comes to the agenda of the far left.
“I have not committed a crime,” Loomer said. “My only crime is that I am a conservative Jewish woman.”
She went on: “I am now banned on every single social media platform and have been banned from making a living in America simply because of my politics.”
What About Free Speech?
Loomer is joined in the bans by conservatives like Paul Joseph Watson, Milo Yiannopoulos, and even actor James Woods, whose only “crimes” were making people painfully aware of the corruption and hypocrisy on the left.
In fact, Watson has never issued a hateful word — but he is also not afraid to challenge liberals on virtually any topic.
Moreover, Yiannopoulos has probably never raised a hand in anger at anyone his entire life, yet he has been deemed too radical…because he actually tells the truth?
We already know sites like Facebook have been limiting the reach of conservative sites, but now they are trying to pick them off one by one.
Now, keep in mind, for every one of these major personalities, there are probably hundreds of small conservative groups and publications being banned that we never hear about.
If the left cannot win fairly, they will pick us off one at a time until all of our voices are silenced. But luckily, people like Loomer aren’t standing for it.