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Natural News Has Been Suspended By Facebook

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Natural News Has Been Suspended By Facebook

Natural News Has Been Suspended By Facebook

According to Gizmodo.com, "Facebook has suspended Natural News from posting on the social media platform where it has amassed almost 3 million followers.

Natural News, which pushes wild conspiracy theories and once published an injectable DIY homeopathic “vaccine” for Ebola, had already been banned from Twitter and YouTube.

The site was also blacklisted by Google in 2017.

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