Earlier in the day I published a story about a BLT-123 who assaulted a female employee and spit on her at the Dollar Store in Woonsocket.
I shared it on the Turtleboy Facebook page as well as the personal account I use when Clarence Woods Emerson is suspended (18 more days to go), Philip V Prentiss. Then I got a notification from Facebook today that the post violated their hate speech policy. According to Facebook my post “described certain groups of people as inferior to others.”
I don’t think this BLT-123 is inferior to others. I think they’re a piece of shit who should be arrested, then named and shamed. Because this dude is a piece of shit who beats women and thinks he can get away with it because he’s wearing a wig and calls himself transgender. Sorry Facebook, I won’t apologize for standing up to women as you protect their oppressors.
Philip is supposed to be suspended for 30 days, but only got 24 hours because Facebook is drunk. I can still message for whatever reason, I just can’t post or comment, because Facebook is drunk.
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