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Here's another link to back yours up - https://cyber.harvard.edu/publications/2017/08/mediacloud1. If you say something that objectively has no supporting data, you're making BS up and can be called out for it.
2. Social media platforms target conservatives because conservatives more are more likely to spread objectively false media, conspiracy narratives, and legitimately fake news (https://www.independent.co.uk/news/...ake-news-junk-news-oxford-study-a8199056.html). Conservatives literally share more fake news then all other political viewpoints COMBINED. So, yeah, if you're constantly sharing stuff that isn't true, you're going to get targeted more for fact-checking and deletion. This isn't an "agenda" it's just counteracting stupidity.
3. Just because you have the right to express your opinion (which is a right you actually don't have on private platforms) doesn't mean that you get to be free of the consequences.