A misinformation watchdog identified at least 70 "Stop the Steal" groups that were active on the platform before Facebook took action Monday.
It only took the hacker five tries to guess the correct password, and he was kind enough to tell Donald Trump's team to activate two-factor authentication afterward.
A trip between New York and Washington would take just 30 minutes in the levitating pod system, the company said.
In contrast, the president's inflammatory tweets have remained online — albeit with disclaimers — since they've been deemed "in the public's interest."
The site went down amid its fight with Republicans over blocking certain content.