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Censoring Any Person Is Immoral And Abhorrent!

Google Censors Leading 

Conservative Candidate

  • 08/24/2018 
  • Source: AAN 
  • by: AAN Staff
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Google Censors Leading Conservative Candidate
SPECIAL:YOU'LL NEVER THINK ABOUT SOLAR PANELS AFTER SEEING THIS



A group affiliated with Kelli Ward's insurgent Senate campaign believe their
 efforts to promote the conservative lighting rod online are being thwarted by
 Google's advertising department.

For over two weeks, Political Media, Inc., has done everything through the
 proper channels to promote a site they say highlights Martha McSally's 
anti-conservative credentials.

"We've been placing digital ads on Google for decades and we have never
seen anything like this," says Ward.

With the Republican primary in Arizona coming up this Tuesday, Ward (no
relation to the candidate) says the whole affair "reeks of censorship."

According to a press release from the organization, this is not the first time
Google has targeted the conservative firm in a politically competitive race.

Political Media, Inc. is no stranger to corporate censorship. In 2012, the

digital marketing agency called out Facebook for censoring content they

promoted for the veterans-backed organization Special Operations Speaks.

The social network suspended Special Operations Speaks after the group

released a meme openly challenging President Barack Obama's response

to the Benghazi incident.

Read more at http://americanactionnews.com/articles/google-censors-leading-conservative-candidate#ZuKeX8ukM7w4VcgV.99


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