Check out our new Facebook page here.
Make sure to go to Facebook and “LIKE” our new page – see it here. Or if you use Twitter, we’ve also relaunched our feed – see it here!
Not long ago, iPatriot was banned from Facebook and Twitter.
While the Twitter ban was annoying, it was the Facebook ban that truly caused us problems.
In one fell swoop, more than 200,000 of our readers lost access to our daily updates.
Several months ago we were told by Facebook that our page had been suspended because they believed that either we (the publishers) were not real people, or that our content was “spam.” We responded, asking Facebook to reinstate our page because we were indeed “real people” and as you all know our content is the opposite of spam. iPatriot is a site that publishes original stories from a wide range of writers, and we take pride in refusing to spam our mailing lists or our social media friends.
Sadly, Facebook never replied. Instead, they killed our page. We immediately lost contact with tens of thousands of our fans. To make matters worse, Twitter followed suit, killing our Twitter account without ever giving us a reason for doing so.
It hurt our readership, our authors, and our bottom line. We still don’t like having to work with the fascist overlords of Big Tech, but we recognize that many of our readers still live and play on Facebook.
Which is why we’ve decided to make our return there as well… https://www.facebook.com/IPatriot-566014990585492
Please, continue to share our stories. Post our work to your social media pages and encourage your friends to visit our site. But MOST OF ALL… Keep Writing! Keep Speaking Out! Keep Exercising your right to speak freely.
Now, more than ever before, we need our free speech warriors to fight.
Join us at iPatriot, don’t let the Fake News Media drown out our voices.
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