YouTube Ad DENIED Over ‘Christian’ keyword; Yet Muslim Keyword NOT FLAGGED

Another extremely controversial decision has made headlines from major tech companies and this time it relates to Religion.

Many have claimed for a very long time that YouTube and several other social media platforms have shown discrimanory bias toward conservative content.

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This may just back up their claims.

According to The Blaze, YouTube denied an ad from a faith-based veterans charity over the keyword “Christian,” the charity’s founder said — and he said when he tried the same ad using the keyword “Muslim,” the ad raised no red flags with the Google-owned video giant.

On Tuesday US MARINE and founder of the Mighty Oaks Foundation Chad Robichaux tweeted what he said occurred and dispalyed a screenshot of “Christian” deemed “unacceptable content as keyword“:

“Censorship should terrify every American,” he tweeted, “conservative or liberal, Christian or Muslim. This bias is a dangerous course for America.”

YouTube tweeted back later that day.

After their reply Robichaux put a theory to test on YouTube on Wednesday, and needless to say after reading his tweet, he was right.

YouTube has not commented since the posting above.  It will sure be interesting to see their position after this post which seemingly goes against their new policy.

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