Facebook Allows Group Threatening Trump’s Life, Not a Violation of Community Standards


This is sick. I don’t care who you are, threatening to kill someone (particularly a presidential candidate) should be against community standards, right?

On Thursday, a report emerged that Mark Zuckerberg’s online empire, Facebook, is allowing a group’s page to call for the murder of presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. The group has been reported since April, and according to Facebook, the group “doesn’t violate its community standards.”

This isn’t the first time this kind of bias has occurred. During the 2012 campaign, Facebook approved a page advocating the murder of Mitt Romney.  The page was ultimately taken down after the Secret Service got involved.

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