Saturday, August 18, 2018


Elizabeth Heng, of Cambodian origin, is the GOP nominee running to represent California’s 16th Congressional District, and recently she had her ad yanked by Facebook. According to Heng, "Facebook is censoring the voices of Americans with non-leftist views."

Naturally, the goons at Fakebook had the perfect excuse, since the content of the ad was 'too graphic' for their tastes. Right at the beginning you can see some killing field shots:

FB has since backtracked:

“Upon further review, it is clear the video contains historical imagery relevant to the candidate’s story. We have since approved the ad and it is now running on Facebook.”

Duh. "Upon further review" huh? You mean, like watching beyond the 0:05 mark? Methinks it's rather BECAUSE you did just that and saw the rest of the video that you decided to nix it. Because the rest makes it clear that here is a stellar example of the American Dream come true for LEGAL immigrants who DON'T need cradle to grave welfare and who've done their damnedest BEST to contribute to the country that gave them a new life and new chances.

Although I will cut Mark Suckerberg some slack: it's not only the above. In his defense, we can say that the Hengs do not seem to be either gay or criminals.

OK, bottom line. Elizabeth Heng got her video disabled because she's a Republican. And if you are minority that's a HUGE problem for our moral betters.

We wish Ms. (Mrs.?) Heng all the luck with beating her Dem opponent!

As an aside, in Khmer Rouge Cambodia only the government had guns:

Gun Control there worked very well.

Though not per se for the population.


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