Donald Trump, Jr. Says He Is Censored by Facebook – and Proves It

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Donald Trump, Jr., reveals that Instagram, a photo-sharing app owned by Facebook, is shadow banning his posts – and those of others who speak the language of conservatism. One example is that a recent post of his averaged over seven million impressions but there were zero new followers – which, is an impossibility without intervention by Facebook. -GEG

Donald Trump Jr., President Trump’s oldest son who helps the Trump Organization, posted on Instagram Friday he had a “crazy drop-off in new followers,” which he said was due to search results of his name.

He posted a video of the top searches associated with #donaldtrumpjr, which included #donaldtrumpjrisatoll, #donaldtrumpjrcolludedwithrussia and #donaldtrumpjrisaliar. A more positive result, #donaldtrumpjr2024, also showed up.

The video also showed a warning that he claimed a friend received when searching his name. The message said “Can we help? Posts associated with words or tags that you’re searching for often encourage behavior that can cause harm or even lead to death. If you’re going through something difficult, we’d like to help.” The warning did not show up for CBS News when searching.

The third slide in the video showed some of the memes, some which appeared mean-spirited, that appeared to show up under a search for his name.

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