Mike Evans set up a Facebook page known as the “Jerusalem prayer Group.” Evans did the nice thing of leading the page’s followers, which reached nearly 80 million, in daily prayers for the safety of the people of Israel.
Suddenly the page was shut down. HotAir reports “in what Evans described as a coordinated act of cyberterrorism, the site was flooded with hundreds of thousands of hateful comments, most antisemitic in nature and some featuring Nazi pictures and propaganda, leading to complaints that his site was hosting hate speech. (Even though it was all in the comments.) So, Facebook shut him down, potentially permanently.” Read more at Charlie Kirk.