“Apparently, Google + is more sensitive about firearms related postings and such. I never use Google+ and did not even realize the videos were being posted over there, I guess,” he stated.
Prior to his post, fans of the Second Amendment advocate began flooding YouTube representatives with demands that the channel be reinstated, making note of the increasingly hostile stance from social media outlets towards firearms supporters.
“I‘m sick and tired of companies being ‘sensitive’ about gun topics,” one Facebook user said. “Facebook (advertising), Microsoft, Google, everyone is ‘Sensitive’ about our 2nd amendment rights while themselves leaning heavily on the 1st amendment.”