WATCH: Facebook ADMITS To Censoring Users Who Post Pro-Tommy Robinson Messages

Facebook expands its digital gulag to supporters of those who have been banned.

A Facebook official made a stunning admission on Deadline – still a popular news program in Denmark – when he told the show’s host that supporting British free speech activist Tommy Robinson is grounds for a ban from the social network.

“You are allowed to write that you don’t like him, or that he’s an idiot as mentioned in the intro,” said Peter Andreas Münster, Facebook’s Head of Communications for the Nordic Region. “What you aren’t allowed to do according to our rules is show support, or positively promote, or in other ways give representation to these hate preachers.”

Robinson was recently released from jail, where he was held after being sentenced for a contempt charge. His alleged crime was filming a Muslim grooming gang as it entered a courtroom before its trial. He has dedicated his life to exposing the misdeeds of radical Islam, and warning of the dangers it presents to the left.

For that, he has become an enemy of the globalist state and has been banned from every social network. Big Tech has effectively stifled his message by blocking his ability to communicate with the rest of the world.

Now, Facebook openly admits that you can chastise Robinson on its platform, but if you dare show support for him, you will be banned. Only if you agree with the political views of Facebook’s corporate plutocrats can you speak Robinson’s name. How totalitarian is that?

Elsewhere in the video, Münster accuses Robinson of promoting violence against Muslims, which is blatantly untrue and a claim for which there is no evidence. To her credit, the “Deadline” host was skeptical of Facebook’s tactics, and questioned whether the company’s tactics were dangerous to free speech. Münster ignored her questions, and simply stated that since Facebook disagrees with Robinson’s politics, he and his supporters have been banned. The corporate executive was totally disinterested in a discussion about the broader societal implications of silencing dissenting voices.

Robinson is not the only right wing figure who has been nuked from the Big Tech platform. Our own Laura Loomer was banned from Facebook, along with Milo Yiannopoulos, Alex Jones, Paul Joseph Watson, and Gavin McInnes – all right wing influencers with huge followings – within hours of each other back in May. The overwhelming majority of people banned from Big Tech platform’s are conservative-leaning, and Big Tech has deemed that expressing ordinary conservative views is a violation of their sacrosanct terms of service, usually under the bogus pretense of “Hate Speech.” Meanwhile, a Facebook insider blew the whistle on the company, claiming that it was autogenerating pages for radical Islamic terror groups and organizations. (But don’t you dare criticize those groups on Facebook).

Loomer filed a $3 billion lawsuit against Facebook after her ban.

The video wherein Münster made the stunning admission was first posted to the RAIR Foundation’s website. RAIR “is a grassroots, activist and investigative organization comprised of everyday Americans leading a movement to reclaim our Republic from the network of individuals and organizations waging war on Americans, our constitution, our borders and our Judeo-Christian values,” according to its site.

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