Facebook Flags Gospel Song “What Would Heaven Look Like” as Political

Before the 2016 presidential election users on Facebook could choose their content.

Today Facebook chooses for you — and Facebook makes certain you are not viewing any conservative, pro-life, pro-gun or pro-Christian content.

Facebook has completely shut down the conservative internet since 2016 – banning and blocking several of the top conservative websites.

And now they are blocking Gospel songs.

God help us!

World Net Daily reported:

Add one more arbitrary and capricious act of anti-Christian-censorship bigotry to the list of Facebook blocks.

The Gospel music group Zion’s Joy! posted its new song “What Would Heaven Look Like,” a purely spiritual Christian praise song, to Facebook, boosting it with a $100 purchase – only to see the song censored for “political content.”

In a statement, a Facebook spokeswoman said that its political ad policy is “new, broad and exists to prevent election interference, so we’re asking people with content that falls under those rules to simply get authorized and show who paid for the ad in order for it to run.”

“Separately, we made an error by deleting the original post,” the statement continued. “As soon as we identified what happened, we restored the post since it does not violate our Community Standards and have apologized to Zion’s Joy.”

Here is the song “What Would Heaven Look Like” that was banned by Facebook.


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