The ever-helpful Facebook has been busy autogenerating pages for white supremacist groups, including the Universal Aryan Brotherhood Movement.
Researchers at Tech Transparency Project found dozens of autogenerated pages for white supremacist groups. Some were triggered by users listing a white supremacist group as their employer; Facebook stepped in and generated a page for the white supremacist group. They also found plenty of white supremacy pages that Facebook users created.
TTP submitted their findings to Facebook, but most of the pages are still there.
But there’s nothing to worry about: Now that Trump’s out of office, white supremacists don’t exist anymore.
I’ll prove it: Mark Zuckerberg’s busy testifying to Congress today, and so far no one’s asked him about white supremacist groups. Even if someone does, you won’t see it thanks to the MMMs, who know white supremacy disappeared on Inauguration Day.
So don’t worry: Facebook’s really busy stomping on conservatives, which is rilly rilly important. If they don’t have time to kick out white supremacists, it doesn’t matter, because white supremacists don’t exist anymore, so no one wants to look at white supremacist groups in the first place.