Facebook bans American truckers convoy group from platform

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On Wednesday, the Convoy to DC 2022 Facebook group serving as a space for truckers to organize a convoy traveling from California to Washington DC in protest of vaccine mandates was banned from the social media platform.

Speaking with Fox & Friends, Jeremy Johnson, the Facebook group’s administrator, said that he and fellow trucker Mike Landis had their accounts removed as well.

“They like to silence people that speak the truth,” Johnson said of his Facebook ban. He noted that he has been in contact a civil rights attorney to discuss the next steps.

A spokesperson for Meta, Facebook’s parent company, told Fox News that “We have removed this group for repeatedly violating our policies around QAnon.”

In October of 2020, the social media platform company labeled QAnon as a “violence-inducing conspiracy network” and stated that group pages and admins with ties to QAnon would be removed.

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