AUSSIE Activist Avi Yemini found his Facebook page permanently BANNED by Facebook, for allegedly using ‘Hate Speech’, Politicalite can reveal.
Facebook unpublished his page Tuesday and sent the activist a message that said “Your page has been unpublished for using hate speech, which goes against the Facebook Community standards.”
Avi, who had recently gained huge traction after exposing an attempt by Comedy Central’s Jim Jefferies to link him to the NZ Attack and had gained over 1.5m views on YouTube before his page was banned.
Avi exclusively told Politicalite: “I hardly used it, but I’ve lost over 300,000 followers as this is the third page they have banned.”
“Facebook is done, Their ongoing attack on free speech is ultimately going to cost them their business.”
“This just demonstrated even more clearly why sites like TR.NEWS is so important.”
“They can kick us of their platforms, but they’ll never silence us, hopefully soon, Trump will finally stop the bias against Conservatives.”
EXPOSING JIM JEFFERIES
Avi recently exposed Comedy Central’s ‘Jim Jefferies Show’ after the programme attempted to edit the activist to brand him far-right and link him to the NZ Terror Attack.
Today he released more damning footage of Jefferies using Islamophobic slurs.
‘The Jim Jefferies Show’ is one of the biggest political comedy shows on Comedy Central in the United States and also Australia
e told the show that he wouldn’t appear unless they promised not to feature him with Neo-Nazis and asked that they wouldn’t cut his answers from one question, and add it to another.
They did both.
So to protect himself against the Liberal Media Machine, Avi secretly recorded the entire interview – which lasted over an hour.
When the show was put out down under, they used just three minutes and tried to link Avi to the New Zealand terror attack, despite the interview taking place MONTHS ago.
The activist also exposed what Jim really thinks about Islam – and exposed the host mocking the Prophet Mohammad and drawing him as a ‘wobbly ghost’.
We have contacted Facebook for comment.