Facebook, the ‘social network’ that shared user data with the NSA has banned Todd Starnes, a Fox News reporters for what they call a‘Politically Incorrect’ post. The post from Starnes on Facebook was about was supporting the National Rifle Association, Paula Deen and Jesus. Todd Starnes was also prevented from posting a daily Bible verse on the page.
|Facebook bans Fox reporter Todd Starnes for ‘Politically Incorrect’ Post|
“We removed this from Facebook because it violates our Community Standards,” Facebook wrote in a message to Starnes. “So you’re temporarily blocked from using this feature.”
For the time being, Starnes has been blocked from his fan page as well as his personal page. He was also prevented from posting a daily Bible verse called “Morning Glory – Start Your Day Inspired.”
Starnes is the host of Fox News & Commentary – a daily radio commentary heard on hundreds of stations around the nation. He is a member of the National Rifle Association and owns a number of Paula Deen cookbooks. He also owns a Cracker Barrel rocking chair and is fond of sweet tea.
And he is also a fan of Southern Gospel music groups like the Gaither Vocal Band.
“I’m really perplexed,” Starnes said. “Does Facebook have a bigger problem with Jesus or plump juicy chicken breasts?”
Of course Facebook has no problem with pages like Kill George Zimmerman. No wonder Facebook shares user data with Obama.