Facebook Deems Hunting Page Off Limits, But “Kill” The Hunter Page OK

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Just last week we reported on an African huntress, Kendall Jones, who has gained quite a bit of popularity over her controversial Facebook page. As it stands, Facebook recently banned her page from the social media platform, but an even bigger oddity has been discovered – a page called “Kill Kill Kendall Jones has been deemed ok.

(See also: TX Cheerleader Receives Death Threat From Reality Star For Hunting Big Game)

Jones’ Facebook page consisted of a series of pics that showed her kills, and boy did it get Liberal panty in a twist. Soon, the page had been flagged so many times that Facebook all together banned the page from existence.


According to Mashable, a Facebook spokesperson explained:

Specifically, the pictures were deemed to break a rule about “graphic images shared for sadistic effect or to celebrate or glorify violence,” as outlined in this page on Facebook Community Standards.

“We remove reported content that promotes poaching of endangered species, the sale of animals for organized fight or content that includes extreme acts of animal abuse,” a Facebook spokesperson told Mashable.

So you can imagine the shock when Juneau Empire reporter Matt Woolbright found a page titled, “Kill Kendall Jones,” prompting him to flag it for immediate removal from Facebook. The only problem is, Facebook says it doesn’t violate their community guidelines.


Chances are most of those that flagged Ms. Jones’ page were hypocrites given they more than likely indulge in meat, but that’s not even the worst part. You’d think making a threat on a fellow human being’s life would be much more serious than a legal activity as old as time.


What do you guys think – is this what we’ve come to expect from the hypocritical left or is this too far? Let us know in the comments below.

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