(CBN) When it comes to censorship, Christian influencers complain they’re being squelched on social media platforms at the same rate as Nazis and White Supremacists.
Just look at these examples:
Pinterest blocked the pro-life group, “Live Action,” labeling its content pornographic.
YouTube has been accused of restricting Christian content by classifying it as homophobic.
Google recently changed its criteria to prohibit the word “Christian” from being used as a keyword to boost ads on its platforms.
Twitter and Facebook are regularly accused of banning or blocking Christians for posting content they say doesn’t meet their standards.