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Christian mommy blogger, Elizabeth Johnson was recently suspended from Facebook after classifying transgenderism as a “Mental illness” and condemning parents who want to change the names of their children.

Johnson, known as an Activist Mommy on Facebook posted on her page a LifeSiteNews story with the headline, “Parents of trans teens sue Ohio judge for refusing to approve gender-confused name changes.”

“This is what bullying looks like in 2018. ‘Normalize our mental illness or we will sue you!’ Small minds must use these tactics. Pathetic!” hashtag “#Genderinsanity” she commented on her post.

Unfortunately, in less than two weeks, she received a notice of suspension from Facebook for seven days, prohibiting her from posting and commenting.

Reports have it that she previously posted something “that didn’t follow” Facebook’s standards.

“The left, headed by the big tech giants who are so successful at curating speech, will do whatever it takes to snuff out opposing narratives…particularly those that speak the plain, simple truth,” she wrote.

“No one is advocating for hatred towards any other group of people. Regardless of how you may feel about what gender dysphoria really is, it is far from hateful to simply state a fact.” said Johnson, who is still able to speak out on her Activist Mommy website.

“But it is with the label of ‘hate speech’ that the progressive left is waging war on the open exchange of ideas and the people they deem most dangerous to their radical agenda to fundamentally change the culture past the point of recognition as anything moral, virtuous, intelligent…and most of all, free.” she added.

 

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