(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.
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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.