Facebook has come under fire for blocking a family-friendly video that explains America’s Christian heritage, according to Charisma.
The social media giant says that the video was rejected because it does not follow “advertising policies for advertising adult products or services.”
The video declares that the nation’s future depends on returning to “God’s revealed Word.” Producer Heirloom Audio was set to launch an advertising campaign for the video on Facebook but it never got approved. Facebook said the video showed “nudity or cleavage,” something that creator Bill Heid must refer to a shot of Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel.
“I applaud Facebook for having standards,” Heid said. “However, I’m also deeply saddened by the tragic and unjustified banning of our new family-friendly Christian production. I created this Independence Day video for parents to watch with their kids so they could discuss the origins of America’s liberty.”