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Green Party and Facebook censorship, round 2

I posted two weeks ago about some censorship on the Green Party's official Facebook page.

Here's a second installation, and it gets a little bit more to the "why" behind it all.

This post from the group, which is a public group, is a further hint. It also is problematic, in that the OP was able to turn off commenting when it didn't go their way.

People who question trans activism, especially those who support a declaration on women sex workers' rights passed by the Georgia Green Party, are facing more and more attacks over the issue.

Moderators of the FB group have deleted the worst of comments when reported. Nonetheless, things like what I blogged last week, and the handling of the post linked above, when the OP turned off comments when challenged for the first time, seem to indicate where moderators' bread is buttered.

As the Georgia Green Party has indicated it is open to actual dialogue, but NOT to a "terms of surrender" conversation, things connected to that take on new light.

I'll be having yet more in one or two further blog posts as we move closer to this year's national convention, which will now be virtual-only.

This isn't the only censorship. An admin turning off comments on a post about the admin handing off the admin reigns is another.

This post first appeared on SocraticGadfly, please read the originial post: here

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Green Party and Facebook censorship, round 2


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