Facebook’s all-out war to silence Conservatives has taken an ugly turn. This time they deleted the pages of Air Force veteran Brian Kolfage, a triple-amputee war hero.
Kolfage ran the Right Wing News page – a Facebook site that had more than 3 million followers. He also hosted a page for his coffee company, Military Grade Coffee.
Facebook deleted both pages without explanation or prior notice. Even more shocking – Kolfage had purchased more than $300,000 in advertising from Facebook.
It appears they are trying to silence our voices before the midterm elections. We cannot let that happen.
“I’m being punished for my beliefs — I truly believe it,” Kolfage told Breitbart News Daily. “It’s truly about who we are and our beliefs…right before the elections — it couldn’t be more blatant what’s going on.”
There are reports that Facebook has deleted as many as 500 conservative pages in recent days. And there are also reports the social media giant is still deleting and blocking conservative content on news feeds.
I can confirm that only a few thousand of my 260,000 Facebook followers are able to see my content on their news feeds. And there’s nothing we can do about it.
Kolfage told Breitbart that he is ready to take Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to court over the blatant censorship.
“This isn’t about me. This is about free speech,” he said. “Everyone should be rallying around this. Everyone should be pissed off about this. Regardless of my politics, they came after my primary source of income because of my politics, and that’s what’s wrong. And that’s why everyone should be rallying around me.”
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