Facebook censors criticism of Obama by military veterans

Founders of Special Operations Speaks PAC, an organization founded by Special Operations veterans dedicated to protecting our forces at home and abroad, havereleased the following statement after Facebook twice censored their banner criticizing President Obama for refusing to save the lives of former Navy SEALS in Benghazi.

CounterJihadReport  “It looks like Obama’s liberal followers in Facebook HQ are terrified of how damaging the Benghazi scandal is for the President. The banner below was taken down for an unspecified violation of Facebook’s terms of Rights and Responsibilities.

“We understand that Facebook can run their site however they’d like, but when they’re trying to quietly squelch opposition to what is a clear leadership failure that resulted in the tragic deaths of some of our nation’s heroes, they deserve the to be called out on it,” said Larry Bailey, CAPT (SEAL), USN (Ret).

“We are paying advertisers on Facebook. It is outrageous that Mark Zuckerburg, founder of Facebook, who worked to elect Obama in 2008, would sell out patriots who made the ultimate sacrifice – all to serve the political ambitions of the man who let them die.”

“Americans across the country deserve the truth about what happened in Libya, and they certainly deserve to know when people who hold the keys to a lot of their online communications are trying to keep that from them,” continued Colonel Dick Brauer, Jr., USAF (Ret).

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