As Twitchy reported last week, Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors reportedly purchased a compound in Topanga Canyon, California near Malibu for $1.4 million, in an area that is 88 percent white and 1.4 percent African American.

The story, originally reported by Dirt, apparently struck a nerve, because the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation wrote that the “right-wing offensive” continued “a tradition of terror by white supremacists” and put Khan-Cullors, her child, and her family in danger.

Now we’re hearing that Facebook is blocking links to the New York Post’s write-up of the story:

Now that everyone wants to see it, here’s a direct link to the New York Post piece.

Khan-Cullors found it “abusive” — even dangerous.