Facebook “Fact-Checkers” Commit Strawman Fallacy, Attempting to Debunk Statements Never Made

I originally posted the following information and infographic I created onto my Facebook wall…

My Commentary: Facebook “fact-checkers” commit strawman fallacy, in erroneous attempt to “disprove” statements I never actually made, nor shared. Meanwhile, my post has since been blurred over by Facebook, with a “false information” button in front of it, and of course, my account has been restricted, with 90 days of my posts being lowered in the news feed…

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