Facebook apologizes for suspending Rev. Franklin Graham’s account

Evangelist Franklin Graham is speaking out after his Facebook account was temporarily suspended in what the social media giant says was an employee error.

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In a statement to the Charlotte Observer, a Facebook spokesperson confirmed the company had already restored the page and would be apologizing personally to its administrator.

Graham published a status update claiming that “Facebook is trying to define the truth” by determining that a 2016 post about the controversial North Carolina “bathroom bill” violated its standards regarding hate speech.

The company spokesperson said a member of the 15,000-member content review team erroneously flagged the post for “dehumanizing language” and suspended the account.

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