Bannon was permanently suspended from Twitter last week after commenting on the video.
The video was broadcast live on Bannon’s Facebook page last Thursday for about 10 hours, and it was deleted nearly 200,000 times on the grounds of the company’s violence and incitement policies.
Jennifer Grygiel, a social media professor at Newhouse School at Syracuse University, said: “These remarks are so shocking.” “Dr. Fauci leads Covid in this country. In response, it’s really bad to enter the platform to call for beheading.”
Grygiel believes that this incident shows that Zuckerberg is experiencing a disturbing situation. In this case, Facebook’s rules were broken by conservatives like Bannon, because Facebook was repeatedly accused and opposed by right-wing censorship. The prejudice of conservative views. Gregil said: “This shows that Zuckerberg is under pressure.”
Facebook declined to comment.
Facebook has a “strike” system in which eventual repeated violations of the rules may be suspended-although certain personal actions may result in an immediate ban. If Bannon continues to violate Facebook’s rules, he may face permanent suspension.
The video has also been posted to YouTube. The company deleted the video, but did not ban Bannon.