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Rose McGowan claims Facebook deactivated her account prior to debate


Rose McGowan claims Facebook deactivated her account prior to presidential debate after saying she’d respond to candidates and Twitter has been suppressing her posts because she isn’t getting as many likes

  • Rose McGowan made the claims in a Twitter post on Friday morning
  • The 47-year-old actress and #MeToo activist claims that Facebook deactivated her account after she announced she was taking part in a debate response
  • She also accused Twitter of suppressing her because the average number of likes she receives has dropped off despite having one million followers 
  • The Charmed actress went on to say that also received less likes if she posted about Jeffrey Epstein, the Clintons or Joe Biden 
  • Her verified Facebook account appeared to be active as of Friday morning
  • McGowan said she had been notified by followers that they were unable to access her Facebook page or retweet her posts 

Rose McGowan has claimed that Facebook deactivated her account ahead of the final president debate and that Twitter has been suppressing her posts.

The 47-year-old actress and #MeToo activist made the claims in a Twitter post on Friday morning.

She did not provide any evidence that her account had been deactivated.  

McGowan claims the social media giant deactivated her account after she announced she was taking part in a debate response hosted by the Movement for a People’s Party following Thursday night’s presidential debate. 

‘Facebook deactivated my account hours after I posted I would have a debate response,’ she tweeted.

‘Twitter suppressing me. Insta/g/YouTube/Google. I’ve been a victim of conspiracies before this one smells like Dems.’

Rose McGowan has claimed that Facebook deactivated her account ahead of the final president debate and that Twitter has been suppressing her posts 

The 47-year-old actress and #MeToo activist made the claims in a Twitter post on Friday morning

The 47-year-old actress and #MeToo activist made the claims in a Twitter post on Friday morning

McGowan said that she had only received an average of 230 likes on her tweets in 24 hours even though she has one million followers. 

She claimed this was evidence that Twitter had been suppressing her. 

The Charmed actress went on to say that also received less likes if she posted about Jeffrey Epstein, the Clintons or Joe Biden.

‘This is not about popularity, this is corruption,’ she said. 

‘The complicity machine (creeps who couldn’t speak to girls so they changed the way we call communicate) – (Mark) Zuckerberg, (Jack) Dorsey, (Google co-founders Sergey) Brin, (Larry) Page, are (in my opinion) all in on it.

‘How do I get around them? Thoughts? Am I that scary to them?’  

McGowan claims that Facebook deactivated her account after she announced she was taking part in a debate response hosted by the Movement for a People's Party following Thursday night's presidential debate

McGowan claims that Facebook deactivated her account after she announced she was taking part in a debate response hosted by the Movement for a People’s Party following Thursday night’s presidential debate

McGowan said that she had only received an average of 230 likes on her tweets in 24 hours even though she has one million followers. She claimed this was evidence that Twitter had been suppressing her

McGowan said that she had only received an average of 230 likes on her tweets in 24 hours even though she has one million followers. She claimed this was evidence that Twitter had been suppressing her

McGowan said she had been notified by followers that they were unable to access her Facebook page or retweet her posts on Thursday night. 

Her verified Facebook account appeared to be active as of Friday morning but her last post was dated three days ago. 

It is not yet clear why her account was deactivated.

Facebook and Twitter have not commented.  

It comes just days after she lashed out at ‘liberal intellectuals’ for rushing to defend New Yorker writer and CNN contributor Jeffrey Toobin amid his masturbation scandal. 

McGowan led a wave of condemnation aimed at those suggesting the incident was an ‘accident’ after Toobin was caught exposing himself on a work Zoom call. 

‘Can you all imagine if a conservative woman was caught masturbating on an meeting like #MeToobin?’ McGown said.  

‘If it had been a liberal woman? If it had been a WOC?

‘Do you think there’d be liberal ‘intellectuals’ rising to defend her? She’d be burned at the stake.’ 

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