YouTube ad policy bans keyword ‘Christian’

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YouTube ad policy bans keyword ‘Christian’

When the founder of a Christian veterans group tried to upload a YouTube ad for his organisation, he received an odd rejection, informing him the keyword “Christian” is ‘unacceptable’ under the site’s ad targeting policy.

Chad Robichaux, founder of the Mighty Oaks Foundation, a charitable group that helps veterans overcome wartime trauma, took to Twitter with a screenshot detailing his encounter with the tech giant.

The liberal-left have often lectured us about how “people who begin by burning books end up by burning people”, in reference to the German Nazis banning and burning some 3,000 ‘degenerate’ titles shortly after they were elected. No-one has ever elected the heads of YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, etc, and they’ve already banned and destroyed far more written words and images than the Nazis ever dreamt of!

Anyone who thinks that the left won’t end up killing people – particularly Christians – as the repression intensifies needs to study a bit of history:

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