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April 30, 2018



DAILYKENN.com -- Embedded deep within the bowel of social media corporate webs are legions of Marxist drones who infect the masses with viral insipience.   


The mode is to filter out bits of wisdom, truth, and logic leaving toxic leftism to infect our thinking with fake news, fake history, and the discredited 19th-century ideology of Marxism. 

From theblaze.com ▼


In an exclusive story, the Daily Caller News Foundation obtained and reported on several hundred new text messages between FBI agent Peter Strzok and bureau lawyer Lisa Page. The text messages were turned over to Congress late Thursday and the DCNF reported on them Friday morning.

However, much of the DCNF’s readership was unable to access the story after the news organization shared it on the Daily Caller’s Facebook page. That’s because Facebook labeled the story “spam” and severely limited its circulation.

Facebook went so far as to prevent users, and the outlet, from sharing the story, urging them to post something else.

“Our security systems have detected that a lot of people are posting the same content, which could mean that it’s spam,” a Facebook message reportedly said. “Please try a different post.”

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