David Kurten, the leader of the Heritage Party and candidate for Mayor of London, has been banned by Facebook for 1 week for criticising the experimental coronavirus vaccine and lockdowns. Kurten was banned only one day after the Big Tech platform’s ban on President Trump was upheld.
Kurten revealed on Twitter that on Thursday, the day of the elections for the London Mayor and Assembly, he had been suspended for 7 days from Facebook. The Heritage Party leader posted on Twitter a screenshot noting that 5 of his previous Facebook posts, including some dating back all the way to October last year, allegedly fell foul of the Big Tech platform’s community standards.
Speaking exclusively to National File, Kurten noted that while Facebook did not inform him of which posts had been removed, he was able to see that one recent video upload had been taken down, where he railed against the coronavirus lockdown, and criticized the vaccines being handed out to every citizen for being created with experimental mRNA technology. “We’ve all been kept atomized, away from people in our homes,” Kurten said in the video. “The government has been an abuser.”