Facebook is censoring a video created by Green candidate Dr. Jill Stein supporter Matt Orfalea that exposes PBS Newshour cutting Stein’s criticism of Hillary Clinton, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), and Obamacare.
Breitbart News reported on the Orfalea’s video exposing the Hillary bias and now it appears Facebook is censoring the exposure of censorship. Orfalea told Breitbart News: “It’s insane.”
— Matt Orfalea (@0rf) August 26, 2016
“My video of PBS censoring Jill Stein has been CENSORED by Facebook!” Orfalea wrote in a Facebook post. “It got over 100k views and over 5k shares in less than 24 hrs…And all of a sudden it has disappeared. I have still received no notification from FB about this.”
Facebook later took its censorship one step further, Orfalea wrote in another post.
“It’s official. Facebook has hidden ALL and ANY video I upload on my Matt Orfalea page,” he said. “Which is separate from this personal account I’m using now. I’m not even able to tag that page anymore.”
Facebook hindered the momentum the video had been gaining, Orfalea wrote in a Medium article.
In the video Orfalea said Facebook removed, Orfalea compares the Facebook Live version to the YouTube version to show how PBS edited out Stein criticizing Hillary Clinton, the TPP, and Obamacare. Here’s the video that Facebook isn’t letting people see.
“Hillary Clinton and now her transition director Ken Salazar, they’re big proponents of Trans-Pacific Partnership which is basically NAFTA on steroids and most observers believe that it will send our jobs overseas as well as undermine American sovereignty by bringing in these international tribunals that get to pass judgement on our laws, on our public health protections, on our worker protections. So we can’t count on saving our jobs — saving our lives. 1 in 3 Americans now can’t afford healthcare under Obamacare. Or saving the planet because Hillary has been a big proponent of fracking as is Ken Salazar, her transition director.”
PBS also edited out Stein saying, “Americans have not only the right to vote but a right to know who we can vote for.”