Updated: Aug 8, 2019
Facebook has put another "Make America Great Again" supporter in Facebook jail.
Candace Owens, communications director at Turning Point USA, tweeted Friday morning that Facebook suspended her personal account over a post that the social media company said violated its "Community Standards."
"My @facebook page has been suspended for 7 days for posting that white supremacy is not a threat to black America, as much as father absence & liberal policies that incentivize it, are.
"I am censored for posting the poverty rates in fatherless homes," she wrote on Twitter.
Owens is best known for her Blexit campaign, which urges the black community to leave the Democratic Party and join the Republicans.
The outspoken Trump supporter joins a growing list of conservatives whose voices are being censored on social media platforms.
What did her Facebook post say?
The Facebook post that led to her silenced page called on "Black America" to wake up about the "great liberal hoax." She also listed black poverty statistics.
"Black America must wake up to the great liberal hoax. White supremacy is not a threat.
Liberal supremacy is.
"Poverty rate among blacks: 22%
"Poverty rate among whites: 11%
"Poverty rate among MARRIED blacks: 7%
"Do not liberal supremacists convince you that white people are the problem at the same time that their policies encourage the 77% father absence in black households," the post read.
An hour after the announcement of her suspension, Owens tweeted again, about the social media company's "unfair" bias favoring liberals.
This time, she accused Facebook of censoring her for being a black woman who is speaking the truth.
Owens called out the company for allowing posts that accused President Donald Trump of white supremacy.
"Facebook has allowed every post that has falsely and horribly accused @realDonaldTrump of white supremacy to remain on its platform," Owens tweeted.
"But when a black woman begins discussing the TRUTH, which is that liberal policies have systematically ruined black homes, they censor.
"Unfair!" she wrote.