Facebook's two year ban on Donald Trump imposed by Brit with political agenda

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The ruling from the Supreme Court is in — Donald Trump is to remain banned from Facebook for two more years. No, not that Supreme Court, but Facebook's version of a high court. Overseen by Nick Clegg, Facebook's vice president of global affairs, the ruling was the social media platform's effort to hold former president Trump accountable for the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.

But as Ezra explained on yesterday's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, Nick Clegg isn't exactly a non-partisan, neutral arbiter. Clegg, it would appear, has something of a political agenda of his own, one that is opposite of Donald Trump's:

This decision to ban Donald Trump — to extend his ban that was put on him in January — was made not by an American, but by a Brit named Nick Clegg who used to run a left-of-centre Remain political party in the U.K. That is, it didn't want to separate in the Brexit [referendum].

So, you have a career politician, left of centre, who hates the Brexiteers (including Donald Trump's best friend Nigel Farage). So, again: this is something you wouldn't see in a real court, that kind of a bias.

So a foreign politician, working for Facebook's supreme court, has banned the American president at the time, now former president, from being on Facebook for two years.

And this is just normal — it's just accepted.

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