300+ Trump ads taken down by Google, YouTube

You just made a ton of baseless assumptions and used a lot of words that you seem to not understand. Typically, I bow out when it's clear someone thinks they know what they are arguing but in reality lack an understanding of fundamentals of political science. Companies are allowed to set policies on the ads they choose to run, and these policies are often based on the principles of the board and executive leadership. Surely, you have executive experience and have been on the boards setting policies....no? Just me? Gotcha. I 'admitted' that it is one factor that matters and it is indeed an acceptable guideline. If you think using that as a guideline makes someone an authoritarian, you are making quite the leap. But hey, I'll take it if it makes you happy because I stand by what I said.

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