Facebook page 'Weebs for America' has always been an ally to the Anime Right. However last week they got in a spot of trouble with the zucc as their page, which had been running continuously for over two years and had over 13,000 followers at its peak, was deleted for violating Facebook's nebulous terms of service one too many times.
Messaging their backup page, I was able to reach out to "Mr. Rockwell", an admin of the page, and he told me of their past struggles against Facebook. He informed me that the page has been known to post some content that was a bit too spicy for the Facebook TOS five times and that he since he has been an admin, having taken over along with another admin "Liberty Prime/Distressed" when the original admin of the page "Cactus Chan" retired about a year ago, and that he suspects Facebook has been throttling their views. Of those five times where Facebook has removed content, the admins were only able to see one of the posts that was taken down. On this, Mr. Rockwell says "They never even told me what the last one was for. They just banned one of the admins and told me that the page was unpublished until I deleted content (after deleting content I was allowed to appeal). My appeal was rejected, and they deleted the page. Never even knew what Liberty Distressed did wrong."
Speaking at length, Mr. Rockwell told me that Facebook's most pressing issue towards page operators is their deliberately vague terms of service.
...this is the exact thing that happened in Second Life. My friend was able to work out of the Admins that the reason they keep the TOS vague is so people can't skirt the TOS...They also don't want to spend a lot of time doing back and forths with people. But mostly so they can ban people even if they haven't *technically* broken any rules. FB obviously operates under the same principles and will probably meet the same result as well."
Be sure to give Weebs for America a like and follow here.