A children's book publisher had their Google ad account suspended after releasing a book which converted "the real-life story of the Russiagate hoax into a humorous tale for children"
· Jun 1, 2022 · NottheBee.com

Remember when liberals used to hate the greedy corporations?

Seems like such a long time ago, doesn't it?

Well, here's one of the many reasons why the Left has grown to love these corporations they once hated:

Like, isn't Google great?

They're so progressive and stuff, ridding the world of all that hateful pro-Trump rhetoric. Heck, they're ridding the world of all the things I disagree with.

Life's great! Thanks, Google!

- Some lib, somewhere, I bet

Yup, Google suspended BRAVE Books' ad account after they published this book, which converts "the real-life story of the Russiagate hoax into a humorous tale for children" (sounds amazing).

That's all it takes, people.

One book that goes enough against the left-wing narrative and you're out.

[insert cheers from the liberals (the ones who used to hate corporations)]

BRAVE Books, which has published children's books defending the Second Amendment and warning against critical race theory, received a notification from Google Ads Monday that its account had been suspended for violating Google's "Circumventing Systems policy." Google Ads did not elaborate on the specific violation…

"Google just dealt us a devastating blow," BRAVE Books CEO Trent Talbot said in a statement first sent to Fox News Digital Tuesday. "Unfortunately, Google has a monopoly on internet searches, and we are highly dependent on their platform to bring awareness about our books to parents across the country"...

The suspension came days after BRAVE Books released "Plot Against the King," a book explaining the debunked narrative that Donald Trump represented a Russian asset in the 2016 election and the politicians and media outlets that promoted the narrative. The book "converts the real-life story of the Russiagate hoax into a humorous tale for children," according to the publisher.

Here are some screenshots of the email they received from Google:

"Submitting false information"???

You mean, like claiming for four years that the President of the United States is a Russian agent?

Yeah, that's false information, pal!

Luckily, BRAVE Books was able to overturn the suspension during the appeal process.

A win for conservatives.

But something to look out for in the future.

The people at Google hold a lot more power over us than we think. And it's up to us and only us to fight back. Cuz you know the Left ain't going to.

In case you don't know much about BRAVE Books:

BRAVE Books has released a series of children's books that promote conservative ideas.

Ashley St. Clair wrote "Elephants Are Not Birds," addressing gender. Elizabeth Johnston wrote "Little Lives Matter," addressing the sanctity of life. Jack Posobiec wrote "The Island of Free Ice Cream," showing the dangers of communism. Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, wrote "Fame Blame and the Raft of Shame" about cancel culture. The Hodgetwins wrote "More Than Spots and Stripes," inoculating kids against critical race theory.

Keep up the good work, BRAVE Books!


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