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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Friday, April 16, 2021

A small-business owner who spent nearly $46 million on Facebook advertising says he’s been booted from the platform without explanation | Business Insider

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Jordan Nabigon, the CEO of the Ottawa, has said that Facebook deleted his company’s main Facebook page without any warning in October and have yet to provide an explanation. Nabigon has spent $45,870,181 on Facebook advertising over the last 14 years for his different companies. Other small business owners have also come forward and said they have been banned from advertising and posting with no explanation throughout the pandemic, causing a loss of revenue.

Source: https://www.businessinsider.com/facebook-removed-shared-ceo-spent-46-million-on-ads-2021-1

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White House won’t say whether special operations troops will remain in Afghanistan after Sept. 11 | Washington Examiner

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