Instead of punishing users making death threats, the tech giant Facebook suspended Terrence K. Williams’s account. The black comedian and commentator spoke out.
“Facebook is coo-coo for cocoa puffs,” he said, telling Fox News’ Jesse Watters he thinks race may have something to do with Facebook’s actions.
According to Watters, Williams “started getting death threats on Facebook so Terrence posted the death threats, but Facebook didn’t punish the people making the death threats — they suspended his account. Is it because he’s a conservative?”
Here’s the video:
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- Video of the Day: Facebook’s Zuckerberg says no bias while putting conservatives out of business
- Twitter bans conservative Christian for defending faith, calling out censorship
- Congress needs to rein in out-of-control social media giants while there’s still time
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