Censored.TV Banned From Instagram and Facebook, Site’s URL Can’t Be Shared Among Users

Censored.TV features a handful of popular and outspoken personalities, all of whom have been banned off social media platforms within the last few years.

Censored.TV, a network created to host some of the most outspoken, deplatformed personalities in media, got the boot from Instagram on Thursday and anyone trying to share their content is instantly being blocked from doing so.

“Censored.TV was just kicked off Instagram and that includes anyone who works here or even anyone who mentions the URL. Ryan also just had his personal Facebook shut down.” Gavin McInnes stated on his telegram channel Thursday afternoon.

Censored.TV features a handful of popular and unreserved personalities such as Gavin McInnes, Milo Yiannopoulos, Joe Biggs, and Laura Loomer – all of whom have been banned off social media platforms within the last few years. Discussions are filmed in front of studio audiences, as well as one-on-one interviews, and live call-in shows.

In addition to the main contributors of the network being banned from Instagram, if ANYONE attempts to post the Censored.TV URL on the platform as a comment or in direct messages, they instantly get blocked from doing so.

When LoomerFanClub tried to post the link on Instagram as a comment they receive this error message: “It looks like your comment contains a link that is not allowed. We restrict certain content and actions to protect our community. Tell us if you think we made a mistake.”

Same error message is received when trying to post the link in a direct message:

Facebook users who try to share posts that contain the URL for CensoredTV.com see a message that reads, “Your post couldn’t be shared because this link goes against our Community Standards.”

One user on Twitter (@Tom_in_SFCA) said, “I was permanently banned from FB for ‘associating with known hate figures’ (their words), namely Laura, Gavin and Milo.”

Another Twitter user (@ConwayFitty) said their Facebook page and those belonging to their friends had been shut down for mentioning Censored.TV.

Facebook declared just five days ago, while at the Silicon Slopes Tech Summit in Utah that they would be making changes to the platform that would offer freedom of speech across the board. “Facebook is ‘going to stand up for free expression’ in spite of the fact it will ‘piss off a lot of people,” said CEO Mark Zuckerberg.  “Increasingly, we’re getting called to censor a lot of different kinds of content that makes me really uncomfortable. It kind of feels like the list of things that you’re not allowed to say socially keeps on growing, and I’m not really okay with that.”

So where is that line drawn? Who decides what is or isn’t socially acceptable?

“The Democrat minority coalition was already fracturing. One glance at my show—the most diverse chat show in the world—and non-white America might finally start voting in its own interests, spelling catastrophe for the Left,” remarked the network’s Friday night host Milo Yiannopoulos when asked for comment.

“You can’t even say ‘I hate the alcoholic, bed-wetting neo-Nazi warlords at censored.tv’ in a private DM to a friend,” he added. “What an amazing compliment and admission of fear and respect from Menlo Park.”

McInnes describes Censored.TV as “the only place where you see the right and the left talking to each other in a fun, honest, and totally uncensored way.”

Get Off My Lawn“, featuring the site’s founder Gavin McInnes airs Monday through Thursday, and “Friday Night’s All Right with Milo Yiannopoulos, like the name alludes, runs at 8:30 p.m. EST on Friday nights.

Facebook is even blocking users from posting the URL belonging to Cassandra Fairbanks of Gateway Pundit, who is also covering this story.

Who knows if anyone will even see this article. Big Tech is doing everything in their power to make sure no one does.

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