Facebook is actively working to install a Biden regime. Their actions have proven this for the past four years, and now, they have shut down a group that was garnering 25,000 followers an hour.
The “Stop the Steal” group is going viral, as votes around the country demand recounts and election do-overs in the face of a massive liberal coup.
Facebook removed a pro-Trump group on Thursday, upping its efforts to stop misinformation related to the 2020 presidential election.
The group, Stop the Steal, accused Democrats of trying to cheat in order to prompt a victory for Joe Biden. The group was also organizing several in-person protests across the country, with some users encouraging people to bring their firearms.
“We have removed the group ‘Stop the Steal,’ which was creating real-world events,” Facebook said in a statement. “The group was organized around the delegitimization of the election process, and we saw some worrying calls for violence from some members of the group.”
Within two days, the group cultivated over 300,000 members who shared cause for concern on issues related to voter fraud and election integrity.
According to Rolling Stone, the page was organized by a Trump-friendly group called Women for America First, which describes itself as “engaging, inspiring and empowering women to make a difference.”
Stop the Steal initially had a description on its page that said, “Democrats are scheming to disenfranchise and nullify Republican votes. It’s up to us, the American People, to fight and to put a stop to it. Along with President Trump, we will do whatever it takes to ensure the integrity of this election for the good of the nation.”
Facebook called its move to remove the page in line with its other efforts to combat misinformation and monitor other posts during “this period of heightened tension.”
As of now, Biden has 264 electoral votes, needing only six more to secure the presidency, according to calls from the Associated Press. Trump has 214 votes but has prematurely claimed victory in a number of critical states that are still counting votes. The president’s campaign has begun embarking on legal battles in several states and said it would pursue a recount in Wisconsin, where Biden won 10 electoral votes.
Some Republicans and people working on Trump’s reelection efforts condemned the move by Facebook. The incident highlights the growing tension between Silicon Valley and conservatives, who are often suspicious Big Tech companies make an effort to censor or fact-check right-leaning content more than the Left.
The group wasn’t even 24 hours old and had over 350K members.
The left is trying to steal an election and Social media is complicit.
This is outrageous! pic.twitter.com/S44HisXvpM
— Amy Kremer (@AmyKremer) November 5, 2020
🚨🚨BREAKING🚨🚨 Facebook has shut down the Stop the Steal Facebook group that had 365,000 members. Is this how social media treated Black Lives Matter protestors? @AmyKremer @KylieJaneKremer @WomenforTrump
— Chris Barron 🇺🇸 (@ChrisRBarron) November 5, 2020
On Twitter, several Trump supporters have used #StoptheSteal, spreading allegations that Democrats are engaging in voter fraud to undermine a victory for Trump.
Several demonstrations have broken out in the days surrounding the election from Biden and Trump supporters alike.
— FW For America (@FWForAmerica) November 5, 2020