The popular political gamers' network, 'Political Gamers TV', has been deleted by Facebook for covering Britain First events.
Political Gamers TV (PGTV) was suddenly deleted without warning several days ago.
A call to Facebook by the group's director, Stevie Cowee, confirmed that the PGTV page was deleted because it uploaded videos and reports of Britain First activities.
'Facebook has claimed we are connected to the Britain First movement. Facebook has been informed many times by myself that we are just covering the activities of Britain First like other mainstream media.'
Britain First HQ said the following to the BBC who are covering the story:
'Facebook censored Britain First cutting off 2.7 million of our supporters. Now they are deliberately targeting anyone who posts content supportive of Britain First. This is political gerrymandering and censorship at its worst. This is why Britain First is suing Facebook for political discrimination in Belfast High Court.'
Facebook has made it plainly obvious that Britain First itself is banned from the platform, but now this censorship has escalated and expanded to include anyone who even mentions our movement.
The evidence of these latest revelations is going to be submitted to Belfast High Court where Britain First is suing Facebook for political discrimination.
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