Instagram ‘Accidentally’ Limits ALL Political Content Just In Time for Debate

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META-owned Instagram changed all of its users’ default settings to limit political content just in time for Thursday’s presidential debate between former president Donald Trump and President Joe Biden.

The news comes after big tech and CNN began colluding to censor conservative websites and social media channels.

The new change on Instagram will apply to all users, even if they have previously turned the settings off.

This is another example of big tech censorship doing everything it can to limit the damage that will undoubtedly ensue from Biden’s incoherent ramblings.

CNN will be hosting the presidential debate this Thursday, June 27, in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Of course, Trump haters Jake Tapper and Dana Bash will moderate.

The Hill reports:

Several Instagram users spoke out after noticing their settings had been changed to limit political content, an option created by parent company Meta in February, ahead of Thursday’s first 2024 debate between President Biden and former President Trump.

In a response to a post from Democratic strategist Keith Edwards on Threads, another Meta app, Meta spokesperson Andy Stone said the resetting of users’ limits on political content was “an error and should not have happened,” and the company is working to get it fixed.

In February, Meta announced that Instagram and Threads would begin limiting political content but did not say the settings would be changed as default.

The following month, Instagram changed algorithm settings to limit political content by default, which only applied to content from users you don’t follow.

However, for those still wishing to see political content, you will need to go into your settings, click “content preferences,” then “political content,” and select “don’t limit.”