The page has been putting Unite the Right protesters on blast following their violent, hate-fueled rallies in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Friday night and Saturday.
A Facebook spokeswoman pointed to the platform's community standards.
Photo: A poster linking same-sex marriage to paedophilia has been placed in various locations around Melbourne.
But one person wondered why people care what a sportsperson thinks.United Kingdom 86444, vodafone, Orange, 3, O2, brazil 40404, nextel, TIM."Why worry about what a rugby player thinks?The symbols on the shield are fasces, the root word of fascism.
We believe in individual freedom, and voluntary association for everyone, they added.
"A few small subsets of these groups are willing to use violence to further their own interests it said.
Fellow player David Pocock, did not address Mr Folau directly, but disagreed.
He said while social media heavyweights have met community expectations in parts of America, they might be falling short in places like Australia.They can't act before an issue emerges but they shouldn't simply say, 'We have to wait until a certain number of people report a post before we do anything he said.He has since been charged with second-degree murder.The Wallabies player's comment was made the day after postal ballots were sent to voters in Australia for a non-binding vote on legalising same-sex marriage.The actions of those in Charlottesville are not supported by Top Dog, the restaurant said in a statement, which was posted outside their Berkeley location on Sunday.The Yes, Youre Racist account has identified several other Neo-Nazis and white supremacists who were involved in the protests posting their names and Twitter handles online for all to see.I did not expect the photo to be shared as much as it was, he told Channel 2 registered sex offenders in 77346 News.Peter Cvjetanovic, 20, has gotten so much backlash as a result of Yes, Youre Racist identifying him on Saturday night as one of the angry torchbearers from Fridays Emancipation Park rally that he tried to clear his name in an interview with a local."While their activities are concerning, they remain a small part of their broader movements and their activities are presently unlikely to lead to wide-scale violence or pose a threat to social cohesion.".When contacted, a spokesman for Twitter said it did not comment on individual accounts.