So, I shared a post that I found provocative and thought it appropriate for my point of view. In my opinion it seemed accurate. Today, I got a “Fact Check” no no from Facebook. I decided to do my own research. The photo shot the I shared showed a alleged image of the Keystone XL pipeline vs a photo of an open pit lithium mine. The intent of the OP was to draw attention to the environmental damage that each produces when constructed. Facebook basically said remove the post or dispute their actions. I am here to tell you the Facebook and The Associated Press fact checkers are incorrect. If you want proof, do a quick look at Google images for Keystone XL Pipeline, then look at images of open-pit lithium mines. Decide for yourself. This is proof that Facebook is indeed biased.

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