Danielle Smith banned from posting on Facebook
In Trudeau’s Bill C-11 Canada, Conservative Premiers are already getting silenced

Keean Bexte

June 14, 2023

Alberta Premier Danielle Smith announced that she has been temporarily banned from using Facebook.

Danielle Smith gets temporarily banned by Facebook

“Big tech and government censorship is becoming a danger to free speech around the world,” she tweeted.

“My Facebook account has been banned from posting content for a ‘few days’. As the Premier of a province of 4.6 million Albertans- if they can prevent me from communicating with you, imagine what they can do to any one of us,” Smith said.

“Regardless of our political leanings, we must all stand against censorship.”

Smith didn’t say why she was temporarily banned from using the platform where she has 91 thousand followers.

Many conservatives who get restricted by social media giants are often left confused as to the reason.

Her most recent post showing on her Facebook account is dated June 12, where she acknowledged Philippines Independence Day.

This development comes just two weeks after Smith was elected Premier of Alberta with a majority United Conservative Party government.

In April, it was revealed that Trudeau Liberals asked Twitter and Facebook to censor a 2021 news article on immigration, but the social media companies denied the request.

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