By: Jake Fogg
Facebook stock fell more than 5% on Monday, its lowest since February of 2017. This puts the company well into position for posting its third straight month of losses. The negative news for investors may indicate far worse underlying troubles for the company, which has been roiled with one
Brandon Straka has been banned from Facebook for sharing the fact that he would be appearing on Alex Jones's InfoWars. The severe punishment is to last until after Straka's planned march on Washington later in October, only one week before the mid term elections.
In recent months the Social Media giant has taken a hard-line stance against many high-profile members from the conservative community. Straka is particularly unique in that he only recently came from the left after he realized that the Democrat party is not the "inclusive" party it claims to be. On the contrary the party has been taken over by hard leftists who have no interest in allowing open political discourse without violence.
Leadership at Hubbook is holding a contest to grow users on its platform. After the revelation that social media essentially wiped out Alex Jones platforms, the site is set to offer “the first person who can show 1500 real friends on their Hubbook account $1000.00.”
Dubbed the “Refuse To Be Silenced” campaign, Hubbooks creators have embarked on a crusade to shed Facebook and Twitter of the millions of users they seek to silence.
The company’s CEO declared, “If those companies don’t want people who speak liberty, we’ll take them! And we’ll give them a platform they can use without the fear of being punished.