The website knowingly misled readers for years, issuing fact-checks on opinions, censoring right-wing ideas, and pushing a clearly biased agenda while professing objectivity.
The consequence of the crusade of stifle all teasing has resulted in a generation of emotionally and intellectually underdeveloped whiners.
The Bee’s CEO Seth Dillon announced the demonetization, claiming Facebook pulled down the article based on a “regurgitated joke from a Monty Python movie.”
How out of touch with actual conservative Christians does the media have to be to think mocking televangelists is a bad thing?
It’s disappointing to see accounts mocking the insanity of current times be banned when accounts parroting the same ideas earnestly are given free rein.
The Babylon Bee announced a $100,000 relief fund designated to help supporters and subscribers struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.
The fact-checking website Snopes.com, wrote a “fact-check” article questioning the satirical nature of the Babylon Bee.
If you didn’t post a photo of your Bible with a latte on Instagram, did your devotions even happen?
Facebook is now saying its decision to go after the Christian satire site, The Babylon Bee because Snopes told them to was a mistake. Their apology doesn’t change the social network’s creepy comfortability with censorship.
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