As part of Facebook’s crackdown on so-called “dangerous” individuals, Louis Farrakhan was banned. They probably did this because he’s made criticisms of Jewish power in the past and wanted to connect his anti-Semitism with other people they banned.
The ban has not gone over well with the black Internet community. Rapper Snoop Dogg told his followers to spam Farrakhan related content to protest the ban.
After learning that Louis Farrakhan had been kicked off of Facebook and Instagram for “dangerous” speech, rapper Snoop Dogg came to his defense and urged his fans to post their favorite videos of the Nation of Islam leader.
Farrakhan was booted from the social media site, along with other controversial figures including InfoWars pundit Alex Jones, Laura Loomer, Milo Yiannopoulos and Paul Joseph Watson. Farrakhan has a history of making anti-Semitic comments, having called Hitler a “great man” in the 1980s and, more recently, accusing Jewish people of being involved in the September 11th terrorist attacks.
“If you’re down with it like I’m down with it, post your favorite Mr. Farrakhan videos on your Instagram and Facebook page,” Snoop Dogg said in an Instagram video on Thursday evening.
“Show some love to a real brother.”
In a previous video, Snoop Dogg discussed Farrakhan’s social media ban, calling the embattled leader a “dear brother.”
“How the f— y’all gonna ban Minister Louis Farrakhan for putting the truth out there?” Snoop asked. “I stand with him. I’m with him. Ban me, motherf—er.”
Snoop said that they can’t ban everyone, but they can and probably will. That’s what they’re doing to people who post Alex Jones related content. They went so far as to ban fan pages.
But the fact that the Facebook kikes have managed to get a whole new population segment angry at censorship is good. Hopefully blacks on Facebook start accusing Facebook of being racists for banning Farrakhan.