Big Tech Goes After Mother Of Fallen Marine
Shana Chappell, mother of Marine Kareem Nikoui who was killed in Kabul has had her Instagram account suspended because she was saying mean things about Joe Biden.
California State Senator Melissa Melendez wrote, “Shana Chappell, mother of Marine and American hero Kareem Nikoui killed in Kabul, has had her FB and Instagram accounts suspended for posts she made about her son.”
Shana Chappell, mother of Marine and American hero Kareem Nikoui killed in Kabul, has had her FB and Instagram accounts suspended for posts she made about her son.
— Senator Melissa Melendez (@senatormelendez) August 31, 2021
The dust up started when Instagram flagged a comment she made on a post. Below is a portion of the post that was obviously a mother hurting over the loss of her son and rightfully attacking Joe Biden.
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After posting three more images of her son Facebook took action and suspended her.
The suspension of Chappell comes after multiple sources confirm that Biden’s visit with families of the fallen Marines was cold, “shallow,” and “scripted.”
Both Gold Star Fathers say they saw Biden repeatedly checking his watch during the Dignified Transfer Ceremony and one of them says it was “the most disrespectful thing” he has “ever seen”. pic.twitter.com/XcrZOntqS8
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) August 31, 2021
A Biden meeting w/ the pregnant widow of one of the dead Marines didn’t go well
“It struck the family as scripted and shallow, a conversation that lasted only a couple of minutes..”https://t.co/XTYDG5saMV pic.twitter.com/LxDyoZrXy4
— Alex Thompson (@AlexThomp) August 30, 2021
Biden showed complete disrespect for the grieving families and big tech is now censoring families that are speaking out.
A grieving father looked at Biden: “Don’t you ever forget that name. Don’t you ever forget that face. Don’t you ever forget the names of the other 12. And take some time to learn their stories”
Biden had a blunt response: “I do know their stories.”https://t.co/1h8jCMC4Md
— Matt Viser (@mviser) August 31, 2021