Facebook, Instagram flag Tucker Carlson coronavirus posts for ‘false information’

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On Wednesday, Carlson’s show updated the captions to say that “Facebook is trying its best to censor this video.” In a separate Facebook post, Carlson’s team wrote that Facebook “is working hard” to prevent people from viewing the interview segment and vowed to address the situation on Wednesday’s show.

The video has been viewed more than 478,000 times on Instagram and shared more than 62,000 times on Facebook.

Earlier this week, a report about the virus, co-written by Yan, was published by two nonprofit organisations, the Rule of Law Society and the Rule of Law Foundation, both are linked to Steve Bannon, the former adviser to President Donald Trump who was recently charged with fraud, according to The Daily Beast.

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