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AMERICA1ST

Why is Facebook blocking the story about Patrisse Cullors' real estate?

Facebook cofounder Dustin Moskovitz has poured over $5 million into a network of nonprofits run by Black Lives Matter leader Patrisse Cullors, according to financial disclosure records, raising questions about whether this relationship played a role in the company’s decision to censor unflattering news articles about the activist last week.

The social media giant blocked its users from posting links to a New York Post story that revealed Cullors, a self-described Marxist, spent $3.2 million on high-end real estate as her Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation raked in millions in donations.

Facebook said the reporting violated its “privacy and personal information policy.” The Post argued that the decision was “so arbitrary as to be laughable” and noted that the media routinely report on real estate purchases by other celebrities and political figures without facing social media censorship.

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Reply #1 posted 04/22/21 6:24pm

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Facebook cofounder Dustin Moskovitz has poured over $5 million into a network of nonprofits run by Black Lives Matter leader Patrisse Cullors, according to financial disclosure records, raising questions about whether this relationship played a role in the company’s decision to censor unflattering news articles about the activist last week.

The social media giant blocked its users from posting links to a New York Post story that revealed Cullors, a self-described Marxist, spent $3.2 million on high-end real estate as her Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation raked in millions in donations.

Facebook said the reporting violated its “privacy and personal information policy.” The Post argued that the decision was “so arbitrary as to be laughable” and noted that the media routinely report on real estate purchases by other celebrities and political figures without facing social media censorship.

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Again you push the GOP/White supremacist spin from the Murdoch press whilst demonstrating no understanding.

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The answer is obvious - the article in the Post was not a celebrity real estate story at all. It was Murdoch pushing a completely unsubstantiated myth that there is something nefarious in a couple buying a fairly standard house for the city (slightly above the median price for the city, slightly below the median price for the area). It was all being pushed to discredit organisations that are against Rupert's politics and against systemic racism in the violence by Police and in the treatment of people in the criminal justice system.

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You need to think before you just cut and paste propanda meant for the feeble minded. There was no high end real estate purchase - it was just a series of houses that only in their current market value add up to $3.2 million. A single high end real estate purchase in LA is much more expensive than $3.2 million. In the absence of any evidence or claim of illegal or corrupt dealings, this is NOT related to the millions donated to the foundation. Your posts here about this highlight that Facebook is correct - the article is a personal attack on a person on private matters that is being taken up by white supremacists.

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Reply #2 posted 04/22/21 6:33pm

AMERICA1ST

IanRG said:

AMERICA1ST said:

Facebook cofounder Dustin Moskovitz has poured over $5 million into a network of nonprofits run by Black Lives Matter leader Patrisse Cullors, according to financial disclosure records, raising questions about whether this relationship played a role in the company’s decision to censor unflattering news articles about the activist last week.

The social media giant blocked its users from posting links to a New York Post story that revealed Cullors, a self-described Marxist, spent $3.2 million on high-end real estate as her Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation raked in millions in donations.

Facebook said the reporting violated its “privacy and personal information policy.” The Post argued that the decision was “so arbitrary as to be laughable” and noted that the media routinely report on real estate purchases by other celebrities and political figures without facing social media censorship.

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Again you push the GOP/White supremacist spin from the Murdoch press whilst demonstrating no understanding.

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The answer is obvious - the article in the Post was not a celebrity real estate story at all. It was Murdoch pushing a completely unsubstantiated myth that there is something nefarious in a couple buying a fairly standard house for the city (slightly above the median price for the city, slightly below the median price for the area). It was all being pushed to discredit organisations that are against Rupert's politics and against systemic racism in the violence by Police and in the treatment of people in the criminal justice system.

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You need to think before you just cut and paste propanda meant for the feeble minded. There was no high end real estate purchase - it was just a series of houses that only in their current market value add up to $3.2 million. A single high end real estate purchase in LA is much more expensive than $3.2 million. In the absence of any evidence or claim of illegal or corrupt dealings, this is NOT related to the millions donated to the foundation. Your posts here about this highlight that Facebook is correct - the article is a personal attack on a person on private matters that is being taken up by white supremacists.

I am black so all of that white doody is worthless. You can't contend with me. Go correct yourself on the Columbus shooting thread before you step to me.

[Edited 4/22/21 18:34pm]

[Edited 4/22/21 18:35pm]

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Reply #3 posted 04/22/21 7:53pm

IanRG

AMERICA1ST said:

IanRG said:

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Again you push the GOP/White supremacist spin from the Murdoch press whilst demonstrating no understanding.

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The answer is obvious - the article in the Post was not a celebrity real estate story at all. It was Murdoch pushing a completely unsubstantiated myth that there is something nefarious in a couple buying a fairly standard house for the city (slightly above the median price for the city, slightly below the median price for the area). It was all being pushed to discredit organisations that are against Rupert's politics and against systemic racism in the violence by Police and in the treatment of people in the criminal justice system.

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You need to think before you just cut and paste propanda meant for the feeble minded. There was no high end real estate purchase - it was just a series of houses that only in their current market value add up to $3.2 million. A single high end real estate purchase in LA is much more expensive than $3.2 million. In the absence of any evidence or claim of illegal or corrupt dealings, this is NOT related to the millions donated to the foundation. Your posts here about this highlight that Facebook is correct - the article is a personal attack on a person on private matters that is being taken up by white supremacists.

I am black so all of that white doody is worthless. You can't contend with me. Go correct yourself on the Columbus shooting thread before you step to me.

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Then why are all the posts from white supremacist media and people like Murdoch?

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You spelled "comprehend" incorrectly - The truthful statement is that I cannot comprehend why you expect anyone to believe you about anything.

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I have not posted in the thread about Columbus shooting.

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Reply #4 posted 04/26/21 5:57am

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BLM is a liberal organization run by liberals for liberals, and you know this because big tech wouldn't be funding it if it was an actual threat to their bottom line. I suppose i'm on the same page as the OP on that one. You're just sad that for once the guys with big cash are funding the other side. The red-scare tactics of calling everyone "marxists" just makes you sound like Hitler, who used to call everything a "bolshevik" plot.

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Reply #5 posted 04/27/21 7:23pm

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jaawwnn said:

BLM is a liberal organization run by liberals for liberals, and you know this because big tech wouldn't be funding it if it was an actual threat to their bottom line. I suppose i'm on the same page as the OP on that one. You're just sad that for once the guys with big cash are funding the other side. The red-scare tactics of calling everyone "marxists" just makes you sound like Hitler, who used to call everything a "bolshevik" plot.

How would you know? You don't even fucking live in the US. lol

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Reply #6 posted 04/28/21 2:24pm

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same reason the blocked Hunter Biden posts?

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