Facebook was slammed by the Wes Cook band Tuesday after it prevented the country group from using the social network’s paid tools to promote its song “I Stand for the Flag.”

The Nashville-based group released a video for “I Stand for the Flag” on Facebook Monday morning. They planned to promote the video using the paid promotion tools that the social network provides. The request was initially approved and then rejected by Facebook, which cited the video’s “political content,” according to the band.

via Facebook slammed for ‘censorship’ of country group’s patriotic song | Fox News

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Facebook slammed for ‘censorship’ of country group’s patriotic song | Fox News

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