USA’s Largest Anti-Mask Organization Banned On Facebook For “Hate Speech”

Posted October 30, 2020 by BarefootIsLegal

Bare Face Is Legal Facebook group pulled for “Community Guidelines.”

Oct 30,2020 Las Vegas, NV FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE!
America’s largest anti-mask organization, Bare Face Is Legal, was banned this morning by Facebook over “Community Standards.” Facebook determined this group violated standards in Hate Speech.
“We were targeted because we are against the Big Tech narrative that we should wear masks all the time, forever.” Said David Kelman, founder & President of Bare Face Is Legal.
At about 5:49am PST on Friday, October 30, several members sent messages to Mr. Kelman asking what happened with the group. That is when the terrible fate was found.
“We received a message today stating we violated hate speech. We have never discriminated against any reason whatsoever. We love everyone. We have members from all walks of life. This is about a peaceful movement for those that just want to ability to live as normal. Those of us with health conditions are discriminated against daily, mocked, and judged everywhere we go. No one hears us. If we try to have a voice, we get rejected by Big Tech for merely existing.”
Mr. Kelman stated he is trying to find someone to talk with for a manual review. However, it does not appear that the appeal process is easy.
It has also been noted that even Center For Disease Control (CDC) documents and even their own website was also flagged on Facebook for violating standards, as well as thousands of medical doctors who have spoken out against mandatory permanent face masks. Dr. Scott Atlas, President Trump’s top Coronavirus advisor, has also been flagged on Facebook for sharing against mandatory mask analysis.
Kelman finished the conversation. “If you want to wear a mask, then wear it. Your mask wearing should have no bearing on anyone else. Many of us have medical paperwork and documentation stating we cannot wear a mask. Whether it is for COPD, Asthma, heart conditions, lung problems, or even a religious reason, we should not be judging others based on their issues. The American Disabilities Act is in place for a reason. We need to be mindful of what America is. We are a melting pot of people with all different experiences and beliefs. It is against our nation’s principals to bully and harass others based on existing medical conditions. “
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Last Updated October 30, 2020