Gaetz said his office previously brought the page to Facebook’s attention and the social media giant dismissed concerns. But he presented the page to Facebook’s head of global policy management directly during the House Judiciary Committee’s hearing examining how social media companies filter content.

During the hearing, the Florida Republican highlighted content posted on a page titled “Milkshakes against the Republican Party” that called for “crazed shooters” to target the GOP’s congressional baseball team and attack the NRA.

Gaetz noted the social media platform previously said the page didn’t meet its criteria for removal when his office contacted them about the posts.