Street artist Sabo has had his Facebook page suspended after he placed anti-Mark Zuckerberg posters around California.
Sabo announced the suspension of his page via Twitter on Sunday by posting a screenshot of the notification sent to him.
“Your page has been unpublished for using hate speech,” Facebook declared, before giving Sabo the option to appeal.
Facebook did not give any specific examples of the offending “hate speech.”
Earlier this week, Sabo placed several “F*ck Zuck 2020” posters around California in response to the news that CEO Mark Zuckerberg had hired a top Hillary Clinton presidential campaign strategist.
The posters featured the iconic Facebook “thumbs up” modified into a middle-finger, and were also made in response to a previous suspension of Sabo on the platform.
“This story will no doubt cost me my account but if anything that will solidify why I’d hate the thought of Zuckerberg being President,” Sabo declared, adding that should Zuckerberg become president, he would move “his trusted band of social justice warrior employees into the White House to begin oppressing everyone who doesn’t think the way they do.”
Breitbart Tech has reached out to Facebook for comment.