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Facebook has shut down so many of our accounts I’ve lost track. Often it’s because our posts are classified as “hate speech,” since FB seems obsessed with taking down all pages that don’t pass their political correctness litmus test. But the thing is that there is actually plenty of real “hate speech” on Facebook, and the people posting it are allowed to continue on like its business as usual, even when they’re threatening to kill certain demographics of people. This is William Malia from West Springfield.
And these are the thoughts he shared today about Puerto Ricans and black people.
It’s OK though because he started the post off with “I’m not racist, but….”
Gonna be awkward the next time she goes to Springfield to get that fresh cut.
Although by the looks of it he should probably get a refund anyway.
Probably should stick to the flat brimmed hat.
Here’s the thing. You can’t take posts like this lightly. Is he just looking for attention? Probably. But he said he was going to put bullet holes in brown people, and he seems to have guns.
I know the West Springfield and Agawam Police read Turtleboy, so maybe they can pay this guy a visit and make sure he’s not stockpiling for the impending race war he intends on starting in Western Mass.
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