FILE – In this May 16, 2012, file photo, the Facebook logo is displayed on an iPad in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)

Q: Do any of the Facebook blockers work to block political posts?

It’s very likely that a lot of Facebook users could be suffering from some form of “political post” fatigue. There are a number of ways to better manage what appears in your newsfeed that can range from basic measures to drastic action.

Start ‘unfollowing’

For those friends that seem to obsess over every twist and turn of the current political environment, you can simply stop following them so their every post does not appear in your newsfeed.

On your computer, you can easily do this by floating your mouse over their profile picture and changing the “following” button to “unfollow.” On mobile devices, you can click on the small down arrow in the upper-right corner of anything they post and tap the “unfollow” option from the menu.

When you unfollow someone, there is no notification to that person, so you don’t have to worry about offending them.

Hiding certain sources

There are lots of allegations of “fake news” being thrown around by all sides, but you get to decide which sources you want to see. When a post is shared by a friend for a resource…