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Image Of Trump Blowing His Brains Doesn’t Violate Facebook “Standards”


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Daniel Weinberg, the 50-something adult son of racially anti-gun New Jersey Democrat Senator Loretta Weinberg, is taking great delight in posting (on May 5) and reposting (May 25) a graphic image of Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump committing suicide with a handgun.

 

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Shocked Facebook users have reported the image, only to be told that the graphic depiction of a current Presidential candidate blowing their brains out with a handgun does not violate the company’s community standards.

 

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It will be very interesting to see if Facebook—which is currently under fire for a perceived left-wing bias against Republicans and conservatives—would be as accepting if someone crafts a matching image featuring Democrat frontrunner Hillary Clinton.

 

Somehow, I doubt such an image would be treated with anything less than the image being immediately removed and the user banned.

 

The post Image Of Trump Blowing His Brains Doesn’t Violate Facebook “Standards” appeared first on Bearing Arms.

 

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