FACEBOOK DISABLES ACCOUNT OF VERMONT POLITICAL CANDIDATE, ALTERING THE OUTCOME OF THE 2020 ELECTION
Who do I blame for Facebook kicking me out again?
That's my natural reaction, to wonder if someone attacked me
personally and complained to facebook about me.
What did I do wrong? My name is Cris Ericson, and I claim
October 13, 2020, in the morning sometime between 7 a.m. and
10 a.m. E.S.T., I went on facebook and posted an official link
of the Vermont Secretary of State Elections Division
Candidate Information Guide, which gives the voters info about
the candidates on the Nov. 3, 2020 general election ballot,
I posted this link in various places on Facebook in groups and as comments on
news sites, especially Democratic Party sites in Florida with an additional
message that a lot of wealthy Vermonters have already taken off from Vermont
for Florida because of the cold autumn, and they will be receiving absentee
write-in ballots, which they will then have to mail back to Vermont. On one or
more of my messages I asked if they remembered the 2000 election with Bush vs. Gore.
So, how does that violate Facebook community guidelines?
Around noon on October 13, 2020, I was kicked out of Facebook and my account was disabled. What did I do wrong? I was being a good citizen and a good voter
by providing information about the election to other voters.
Now, I have to go to my official political campaign website and log in and
remove the Facebook link that is no good anymore because Facebook disabled it.
Facebook provides free pages for candidates, but only sometimes.
I bitterly complained about Facebook refusing to allow me to have a political
candidate page during the primary election in Vermont; but I won 5 (five)
offices in the primary anyway for the Progressive Party.
The office I wanted to win most, I lost - that is the ballot position for
the Progressive Party for Representative to US Congress.
I complained bitterly to anyone who would listen that Facebook allowed my
opposing candidate for Representative to US Congress to have a "page" and not me.
He won the primary, and then he dropped out of the race.
It was as if he was doing it on purpose just to harass me.
His name is Chris Brimmer and he was Secretary of the Progressive
Party in Vermont at that time, and probably still is now.
There was some scuffle in the news because I almost won the primary for
Governor for the Progressive Party, but about a week after the election
the Vermont Secretary of State miraculously found 19 more votes for my
opposing candidate for Governor for the Progressive Party.
His name and current job title is Lieutenant Governor David Zuckerman.
All in all, I won the Progressive Party primary for Lieutenant Governor,
Secretary of State, Attorney General, Treasurer and Auditor of Accounts.
I am listed 5 times in the official Vermont candidate guide:
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