Angel Mom’s Post on Illegal Immigration Removed By Facebook For ‘Hate Speech’
Mary Ann Mendoza 'violates community standards' of tech platform
Angel Mom Mary Ann Mendoza, who heads the Angel Families organization, had her post on illegal immigrant crime removed by Facebook for “hate speech.”
Mendoza’s son, 32-year-old police officer, Brandon Mendoza, was killed on May 2014 by a drunk illegal alien who was driving the opposite way down a highway in Mesa, Arizona.
The tech platform removed Mendoza's Facebook post, highlighting the problem of illegal immigration, and took down her personal page this week.
Facebook claimed that the Angel Mom had violated the “Community Standards on hate speech.”
The posts were aimed at raising awareness of illegal immigrant crime in the country, and the impact it has on ordinary Americans.
In one post, it quoted a Breitbart News article about the Angel Families suffering due to losing loved ones to illegal immigration.
Mendoza said Facebook removed the posts themselves, taking them down until she deleted them herself.
She added that the platform also temporarily blocked her from posting to the Angel Families organization’s page, which aims to provide support for family and friends of those killed by illegal aliens.
Facebook also permanently removed the donation button from the Angel Families Facebook page, effectively stopping the organization's ability to receive donations through the platform.
Facebook reprotley justified the donation button's removal citing she had “violated their community guidelines more than once.”
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Mendoza noted that George Soros funded open borders advocacy organizations like United We Dream, can obtain donations through Facebook despite frequent attacks on Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents, a violation ignored by the platform.
In July, Mendoza was suspended from Twitter for posting about the dangers of sanctuary city policies and illegal immigration.
The angel Mom was told she would not be able to sign back into her account unless she deletes her posts about illegal alien crimes and the impact of sanctuary city policies on American citizens.
Mendoza said Twitter sent her a message telling her posts “go against” Twitter’s “standards on hate speech," according to Breitbart.
She added that Twitter has mandated that she delete the posts to recover her account.
“I’m disgusted and disappointed that Twitter is trying to silence me,” Mendoza said.
“I had my world ripped out from under me the day my son was killed by a repeat illegal alien criminal."
"I am the ‘other’ side of this crisis and the end result of open borders and the careless release of illegal aliens at our borders because of time restraints.”