Laura Loomer NEVER denied the Terms of Service, but that didn’t stop Mark Zuckerberg from labeling her ‘Dangerous.’

Loomer has a $3 Billion lawsuit against Facebook.

On November 12th, Laura Loomer for Congress opened up a Congressional campaign account on Facebook because Zuckerberg went on national TV stating that he would allow all candidates on his forum. Additionally he stated they would NOT censor politicians.

Laura Loomer decided to see if Zuckerberg’s word was any good. IT WASN’T. Within 24 hours, Loomer was informed the rules had been amended…she wasn’t welcome. Any candidate previously banned could not get an account just because they’re running for office. The “Loomer” rule. THIS IS ELECTION INTERFERENCE.

Jack Dorsey previously enacted his own “Loomer” rule 24 hours after Loomer’s announcement for Congress trended number one on Twitter. Twitter previously stated they would verify all Congressional accounts. That rule changed 24 hours after Loomer’s announcement. The “new” rule is that a candidate will be allowed on and verified after they win their primary.

I for one see a new “Loomer” rule being enacted when she wins her primary. And another “Loomer” rule when she defeats her Democrat opponent, Pelosi crony, Lois Frankel.

If you want to support Laura Loomer’s independent journalism, she’s featured in the just released thriller, The Switch-Featuring Laura Loomer. She works beside FBI Agent Maria Quintana to bring down a Mexican cartel/jihadist alliance protected by the Deep State and Big Tech in this ripped from the headlines thriller.
Laura Loomer is running for Congress in the 21st District of Florida_the permanent residence of President Trump



    • Dinah Wicker

    • 11 months ago

    Girl, you got balls and I admire you!

    1. Yes, she does.

    • Dennis Russell

    • 11 months ago

    While I wish she was running in Virginia instead of Florida Laura Loomer is a voice I want to be heard in Congress. Laura went to Facebook with one complaint why was she banned? Instead of calling a representative Facebook called the police. The reason for that is simple Facebook owns the platform and doesn’t feel it owes anyone an explanation of the accounts they disable. Imagine going to Walmart to return an item and being told if you don’t leave the police will be called. I thought it was interesting when Jeff Zuckerburg testified before Congress he wasn’t sworn in as were Diamond and Silk.I don’t think selling cups and Tee shirts puts you in the same tax bracket as Zuckerburg but while members of Congress fawned all over Zuckerburg Diamond and Silk were grilled as if they had just robbed a bank. If Facebook is the mega-yachts of social media then is the rowboat but unlike Facebook, they are not biased or judgemental. I don’t ask for anybody to give up Facebook but just consider another platform.
    The 1st Amendment is worth fighting for and Laura is not just a fighter she is a guerrilla fighter with attitude. I donated to her campaign as I hope others do as well.

    1. I agree it’s a double standard of justice and treatment right now. Laura has a $3 billion lawsuit filed against Facebook for endangering her life. I imagine an election interference lawsuit is foorthcoming. She’s a fighter who won’t back down.

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