Both the Church of England and the National Secular Society have lashed out at a British government decision to deny asylum to an Iranian Christian because the man claimed Christianity is a peaceful religion. The Home Office rejected the man's case, writing a letter to him citing violence and violent imagery in the Bible which it said "are inconsistent with your claim that you converted to Christianity after discovering it is a 'peaceful' religion, as opposed to Islam which contains violence, rage and revenge." After the response, a government spokesman acknowledged, "This letter is not in accordance with our policy approach to claims based on religious persecution, including conversions to a particular faith."
"No injuries were reported."
No one has a right to a Facebook platform, but purges can and should be criticized.
"This book will not be on our store shelves, and we will not promote it. That said, it will remain in our online catalogue."
The First Amendment doesn't come with an exception for "disinformation."
History and precedent both support impeachment trials for former federal officials.