Former Republican Rep. Ron Paul of Texas claimed he was suspended from managing his public Facebook page Monday.
“With no explanation other than ‘repeatedly going against our community standards,’ @Facebook has blocked me from managing my page. Never have we received notice of violating community standards in the past and nowhere is the offending post identified,” Paul tweeted.
“The only thing we posted to Facebook today was my weekly ‘Texas Straight Talk’ column, which I have published every week since 1976,” he added.
Daniel McAdams, an executive director for the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity, told the the Washington Examiner that Paul “has been locked out of managing his Facebook Page for an unspecified ‘violation.’”
“They claim the lockout is temporary, but have provided no additional information as to the length of the suspension or any remedy,” McAdams explained.
Paul’s latest column, which was the last thing he had posted on his Facebook page, railed against Big Tech for censoring large portions of public opinion: . . .
Something ye shall not do . . .