Our 100 Percent FED UP Facebook page has almost 1.7 million followers, most of them are Trump supporters. Every day, on our conservative-leaning Facebook page we encounter a number of leftists, many times, they are part of a coordinated attempt by a group or organization, who intentionally come to our page in an attempt to discredit the articles we post. During the 2016 election, our Facebook page was flooded with literally thousands of trolls, who seemed to be working in unison to discredit every article we posted. About two weeks ago, we noticed the same thing happening again. Literally, hundreds of fake accounts were posting anti-Trump memes and messages in the comment section under almost every post on our 100 Percent FED UP Facebook page. We reported large numbers of fake Facebook profiles involved in this coordinated attack, we never heard back from Facebook, and the fake profiles are still active.

Every anti-Trump post on our 100 Percent FED UP Facebook page had a similar theme. The fake accounts were used to attack President Trump and included a Bible verse or copy that attempted to shame Christians for supporting him. The profile of every Facebook user who posted these anti-Trump messages on our page is exactly the same. They don’t have a single friend on their Facebook account, they don’t accept friend requests, they only have one profile picture and one banner picture, they have no posts on their pages, and every fake user has a common American name.

Here just a few examples:

“Grace Collins” is a fake account that is part of a vast network of trolls spreading a massive number of anti-Trump messages under comments on conservative Facebook pages with massive followings.

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This is Grace Collins’ profile. Notice that she has NO friends on Facebook. We reported her profile along with several others who are clearly part of the same troll farm. We reported her profile as being “Fake”. Her profile is still active, and Facebook has not yet responded to our request for them to shut it down

“Nancy Holland” is also a fake account who is part of the massive anti-Trump troll network:

Here’s Nancy Holland’s profile. Notice that she has NO friends on Facebook. We reported her profile along with several others who are clearly part of the same troll farm. We reported her profile as being “Fake”. Her profile is still active, and Facebook has not yet responded to our request for them to shut it down.

“Erin Blalock” is another fake account who is part of the same troll network:

Here’s Erin Blalock’s profile. Notice that she has NO friends on Facebook. We reported her profile along with several others who are clearly part of the same troll farm. We reported her profile as being “Fake”. Her profile is still active, and Facebook has not yet responded to our request for them to shut it down.

“Sara Lee” is another fake account that is part of a vast network of trolls spreading an anti-Trump message on Facebook.

Here’s Rosaline West’s profile. Notice that she has NO friends on Facebook. We reported her profile along with several others who are clearly part of the same troll farm. We reported her profile as being “Fake”. Her profile is still active, and Facebook has not yet responded to our request for them to shut it down.

Alice Simpson is another fake account using an image of Jesus to push a disgusting anti-Trump message.

If you go to her fake Facebook account, it gives you the option to leave “him” a message.

Facebook announced Tuesday that it has removed 32 inauthentic Instagram and Facebook profiles and pages because the company believes they were part of a coordinated disinformation campaign.

We have reported over 30 fake accounts to Facebook who are part of this mass network of trolls. Because Facebook wouldn’t allow us to report their spam posts on our page, we had to go to each individual page to report them. For some reason, these were the only profiles that Facebook would NOT allow us to report as spam. We were able to report other posts on the same thread of comments but were not able to report the troll posts.

According to the Daily Caller, Facebook claims, “We’re still in the very early stages of our investigation and don’t have all the facts — including who may be behind this. But we are sharing what we know today given the connection between these bad actors and protests that are planned in Washington next week. We will update this post with more details when we have them, or if the facts we have change,” the company said in a statement.

Many of the named pages and accounts seem to espouse progressive or left-wing political messages. One page, “Resisters,” went as far as creating an event scheduled between August 10 and 12 called “No Unite the Right 2 — DC.”

Some images posted from “Resisters” included memes calling on President Donald Trump to resign from office while others posted images with feminist slogans. According to The New York Times, “coordinated activity was also detected around #AbolishIce, a left-wing campaign on social media that seeks to end the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency.”

The left-leaning nature of this new round of fraudulent accounts throws a curveball into the narrative that outside governments or groups favor one political party over the others.

If Facebook is serious about disrupting misinformation networks, why are these profiles still active several days after we reported them to Facebook?


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