Social media companies have provided information to the feds to have them track down members of the Trump-supporting mob that stormed the Capitol.
After storming Capitol barricades, New Mexico County Commissioner Couy Griffin said "blood" would run from the building when rioters return, said an FBI affidavit.
"De-platforming" of misinformation "superspreaders" has had a huge impact.
The congresswoman said that online radicalization on platforms like Facebook — which enjoy a "complete lack of accountability" — led to the attack.
The social network will now prohibit ads for gun safes, vests, and gun holsters, which comes after the Capitol riot.
Criticism of the decision as an attack on free speech only underlined European lawmakers' failure to keep up with technology.
A misinformation watchdog identified at least 70 "Stop the Steal" groups that were active on the platform before Facebook took action Monday.
The @SuspendThePres account reposted Trump's words for months to prove that an average citizen would be banned for such rhetoric.
Why did it take so long to combat his dangerous disinformation?
"We believe the risks of allowing the President to continue to use our service during this period are simply too great," CEO Mark Zuckerberg said.