According to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, calling for the beheading of someone on his social media site is not considered crossing the line.
According to Reuters, Zuckerberg defended former Trump adviser Steve Bannon and said he did not violate rules enough to be banned from the site when he called for the beheading of FBI Director Christopher Wray and COVID-19 task force expert Dr. Anthony Fauci
“We have specific rules around how many times you need to violate certain policies before we will deactivate your account completely,” said Zuckerberg. “While the offenses here, I think, came close to crossing that line, they clearly did not cross the line.”
Facebook took down the video — and removed a set of Bannon-controlled pages spreading disinformation about the election — but left up Bannon’s main page.