Instagram Labels Publish Linking Biden Crime Invoice to Mass Incarceration as ‘False’
The absurd Big Brother micromanagement of posts by individuals through social media is reflected in the recent flagging of a post by Instagram as “false” linking Joe Biden’s 1994 Crime Act to mass incarceration.
This was highlighted by Steven Nelson in the New York Post on Wednesday in an article entitled “Instagram Censorship Post for Linking Joe Biden’s 1994 Act to Mass Detention”.
Instagram-owned by Facebook on Wednesday censored a user’s claim that President-elect Joe Biden’s 1994 Crime Act contributed to the mass incarceration of blacks as “false”.
This claim is strongly supported by both leftist and conservative criminal justice reform advocates, as well as advocates for people with long prison sentences.
Artist Brad Troemel, who has more than 100,000 Instagram followers, posted a photo of Biden and then-President Bill Clinton and wrote, “Find someone who looks at you the way Biden looks at Clinton after Clinton signs Biden’s Crime Act. Bringing massive amounts to the black Americans. “
The Instagram censors couldn’t allow their new lover Biden to be categorized in such a way that they quickly placed this warning label on the post: “Fact checkers say that at least one photo or video in this post contains incorrect information.”
And who was the all-wise, all-seeing fact that checked the supplier of truth? Why it turned out, it was a USA Today reporter, Doug Stanglin, who was armed with the wisdom of the ages to make that judgment. A quick look at Stanglin’s Twitter account reveals the usual liberal bias within two clicks:
Additionally, Stanglin’s rating for USA Today remains pending a potential appeal process:
Facebook spokeswoman Stephanie Otway told The Post that Instagram will only end its censorship if USA Today changes its view. “People can dispute a review by contacting a partner directly for fact-checking. The fact-checking partners are ultimately responsible for deciding whether to update a rating, which improves enforcement of the content, “she said.
Suppose it sounds like the detainees are not responsible for the commission of crimes if they accuse politicians of “mass detention”. Any imprisonment sounds like injustice. But it is entirely possible that McPaper would not raise this “fact check” objection if he did not defend Biden. Donald Trump is always seen as racist in his political preferences.
Among those who Instagram (or Facebook) may need to censor, citing the sacred USA Today, are Professor Cornel West and radio host Charlamagne Tha God. Cornel West revealed his heresy on the matter last year when he said, “When [Biden] I told him he had to get off his symbolic crack pipe. “
Regarding Charlamagne Tha God, he too would have to be similarly censored if he repeated on Instagram what he said earlier this year:
Starting question: is the person who makes the judgment at St. Peter Gate a reporter for USA Today?