Examiner is reporting:
Late Monday, Facebook unpublished the popular pro-military “Locked and Loaded” page, while telling administrators that a picture of the United States Marine Corps emblem with a ribbon marked “In Remembrance” violated their community standards. Jason Light, an administrator from Atlanta, Georgia, told Examiner in an exclusive interview the page was covering the funeral and burial of Marine Lance Corporal Skip Wells, who was killed in Chattanooga.
Administrator Robert Combs also received a three-day ban over the image of the Marine Corps logo. Combs told Examiner all he can do for the next three days is chat, but he intends to replace the page.
“I am just speechless as to how this violates community standards,” he said. The screenshot provided by Light did not indicate why the image was yanked, other than Facebook’s claim it violated their standards.
Being an administrator on 10 different Conservative/Libertarian Patriot Pages on Facebook I can tell you as a writer that I have dealt with multiple false reportings and attempts by both rival conservatives and primarily liberal trolls attempting to take down our pages and they know that the Facebook Review staff will frequently and conveniently approve their reports as a violation of their terms; often knowing the basis is that the page is conservative leaning. Much like Obama uses the IRS to target Tea Party Groups…but at the social level. They are all working hand-in-hand to muzzle the Free Speech of Patriots across the country in any way possible. To prevent, We The People from uniting and preventing their progressive agendas they are force feeding the American populous.