Facebook prevented users from sharing a story Thursday where the New York Post detailed the multiple property purchases of Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors over the past few years.
The tech platform told users in a message that sharing the post "goes against our Community Standards."
Numerous public figures responded to Facebook's censorship, including Republican Sen. Josh Hawley (MO).
Facebook said that the addresses listed in the Post's article went against its policy of sharing personal information, although real estate sale records are publicly listed and the outlet did not share specific addresses.
🔦 Both Facebook and Twitter also censored the Post last year over a story involving then-presidential candidate Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, and his alleged laptop containing records of illegal business dealings with foreign parties.