Just in Case I Get Banned from Facebook Permanently…

Jul 9, 2020 by

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“Just in Case I Get Banned from Facebook Permanently…”

From Donna Garner

7.9.20

Lately I have been having an ongoing “discussion” with Facebook over my COVID-19 articles. I publish fact-based, well-documented articles from credible medical and scientific sources that can be verified.

Here is the pattern:

(1) I receive a notice from Facebook: “This post goes against our Community Standards on misinformation that can cause physical harm.”  

(2)  I am warned, my posts are taken down, and I am banned for 24 hrs. with the threat of permanent banning. 

(3)  If I should get banned permanently, I want people to know that they can still receive my fact-based, verifiable articles free of charge to them.

I taught for 33+ years, and I guess I still have that “teacher” side left in me. I feel compelled (for no remuneration) to try to help educate the public on political, social, and education issues — either sharing my own articles or those of people whose articles appear to be credibly sourced.  I am not a newbie at this and have been actively involved in political/social/education issues for more than 37 years!

The good news is Constant Contact.  For some years, I have been sending out my articles through Constant Contact to a large recipient list.  Constant Contact never allows my e-mails to get caught in the “spam trap,” and I almost never have my e-mails returned undelivered.  The Constant Contact staffers are absolutely wonderful and are always very helpful.

I pay a nominal sum out of my own pocket to send through Constant Contact, but their charges are quite reasonable.  The template that I have devised for my Constant Contact e-mailed articles is easy to read; and my recipients seem to like the way they look on their iPhones, iPads, and other devices. 

The process of signing up for my Constant Contact list is simple, non-intrusive, and FREE TO YOU.  You enter four things on the CC sign-up form: (1) first name, (2) last name, (3) state of residence, and (4) e-mail address.

Constant Contact will automatically place you on my e-mail list; and you will begin to receive my e-mailed articles each time I post an article to Constant Contact. 

Since I have no organization and am certainly not selling anything, you will see the words “No organization…” on the Sign-Up Form.  Constant Contact also gives a person the opportunity to unsubscribe at any time.  

Here is the Constant Contact link to sign up for my articles:  https://tinyurl.com/ycz9k5na

As a customer, Constant Contact places no limit on the number of articles I can send per day. I am only charged for the number of recipients on my list.

Constant Contact offers all of us a way to stay in touch by sharing our information with one another through e-mails, and CC does not utilize the “thought police” as does Facebook (and some of the other social media platforms).

Constant Contact is a sure way for Americans to stay informed without having to rely on the fake news outlets nor on the “thought police.”    

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