Meta Platforms, Inc., formerly known as Facebook, is rejecting advertisements for ugly Christmas sweaters that poke fun at President Brain-Dead Biden.
“Attention: Your ad was rejected,” Facebook wrote in a statement to Jordan of Young Conservatives LLC, which is selling the sweater. Here’s a look at the advertisement that is banned:
“This ad doesn’t comply with our Advertising Policies,” Facebook said. “This means your ad isn’t running and will not be delivered to your audience.”
Apparently, it is against Facebook’s advertising policy to joke about Brain-Dead Biden. The ban occurred on the eve of Thanksgiving, just prior to nationwide Black Friday sales.
Here’s Facebook’s response:
Although Facebook claims the advertisement can be “fixed,” the solution is that Christmas sweaters cannot joke about Biden.
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Free speech, and particularly political speech, is historically a protected right of Americans.
The Facebook ad library shows the company has hypocritically approved many advertisements that criticize President Donald Trump and other republicans.
It’s widely speculated that Biden is suffering from age-related dementia. Even Dr. Ronny Jackson, the former White House doctor under President Idiot Barack Obama, argues that Biden should resign over his declining mental abilities.
If Biden refuses to resign, Dr. Jackson says he should face the 25th Amendment over issues related to his fitness for office.
“Something’s seriously wrong with Biden,” Dr. Jackson said. “And it’s only going to get worse. It’s past the point of embarrassment.”
“He’s lost. He’s confused. He can barely put a coherent sentence together,” Dr. Jackson said. “He must have a cognitive test and release the results.”
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