On Holocaust Day: Facebook bans ‘dangerous’ Jew, pro-Israel activist Laura Loomer
Thursday morning, as Israel marked Holocaust Remembrance Day to honor the memory of 6 million Jews systematically murdered by Nazis, Facebook announced that it had banned several high-profile conservative personalities, including Jewish journalist Laura Loomer, a staunch Israel supporter.
Paul Joseph Watson and Milo Yiannopoulos are among those purged.
Two anti-Semitic Jew haters, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan and failed Republican congressional candidate Paul Nehlen, were also banned. Alex Jones and Infowars, which were already banned from Facebook, are now banned from Instagram.
The Sharia-compliant tech tyranny did not share specific infractions that led to the bans.
The company policy says that it “does not allow any organizations or individuals that proclaim a violent mission or are engaged in violence” to have Facebook accounts.
Loomer, in a statement to TheWrap, said:
“What’s the point of life anymore? I live in a digital gulag. Yesterday I wrote an article about how I was living in a digital gulag on Holocaust Remembrance Day. And today, even though I am a Zionist and have dedicated my life to combatting Jew hatred, these Nazis in Silicon Valley banned me during Yom Hashoah with vile Jew haters like Louis Farrakhan and Paul Nehlen. It’s disgusting. But I don’t expect anything less from these people who want me dead. They want to kill me, but I’d rather kill myself than to let them take the victory lap.”