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Google Blacklists Veterans’ Ministry From Ad Services for Using the Word ‘Christian’

Google’s video platform YouTube is discriminating against the Mighty Oaks Foundation.

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Google’s hostile business practices are becoming more discriminatory by the day, as their video platform YouTube recently blocked an advertisement from a veterans’ ministry for using the term “Christian.”

Chad Robichaux, who once served as a marine and is now a professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter and advocate for veterans, angrily derided the “clear bias” against Christians shown by the tech monopoly.

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Robichaux attempted to buy an ad for his “Mighty Oaks Show,” which is the official podcast of his foundation that exists to help veterans deal with post-traumatic stress disorder so they are less vulnerable to the ongoing suicide epidemic among soldiers.

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“We have to reach the veterans who are in need of programs like ours with so many people suffering: the suicide epidemics over 20 a day, military divorces, PTSD. Outreach is very important to us,” Robichaux said in a radio interview with Breitbart News. “We run ads through Google and through YouTube and we use keywords to reach the people we want to reach. Words like veterans, PTSD, military. Because we are a Christian organization, we use the word, Christian.”

“Since Jan. 1 of this year, we have used that word,” he added. “On Saturday when we ran this ad, it was not approved.”

YouTube responded to Robichaux by denying any bias, but claiming that they don’t accept any advertisement that targets a specific religion.

Robichaux called out YouTube on their bias, showing that the platform accepted the exact same ad when “Muslim” was substituted with “Christian.”

YouTube did not respond to that tweet from Robichaux, and their silence speaks volumes.

Mike Berry of First Liberty Institute, a law firm representing Robichaux, is considering legal action against the tech giant for their platform’s bigoted policies against Christians.

“Censorship of religious viewpoints by social media giants like YouTube has become far too common and simply can’t be tolerated. Concerns over big tech companies violating the spirit of the American principle of free expression continue to grow. We are investigating this incident to determine what legal action might be appropriate,” Berry said.

In addition to targeting Christians, Google has been exposed for manipulating their algorithms for the purpose of preventing Donald Trump from obtaining re-election in 2020. Google and other big tech firms are currently facing anti-trust action from the federal government, and that may be what is necessary to stop them from inflicting Big Brother on all of mankind.

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An alternative to the Drudge Report has emerged.

Drudge has been in the news lately after controversy emerged about its recent wave of negative coverage of President Donald Trump.

The otherwise renowned conservative news aggregator has now joined the anti-Trump mania and is routinely putting out content that attacks the president.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson recently described Matt Drudge as a “man of the progressive Left.” He told Matthew Lysiak, the author of a biography on Matt Drudge, that “Matt Drudge is now firmly a man of the progressive left. At times, his site is indistinguishable from The Daily Beast or any other woke propaganda outlet posing as a news company.”

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Rumors abounded about Drudge selling out or selling his site to anti-Trump interests and signing a non-disclosure agreement to make sure the controversy surrounding this change in direction was kept under wraps.

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