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One again, the liberals who run many of the more popular and well used websites have decides to trample on the rights of others with their anti-gun agenda. Google, who has previously been criticized for their anti-gun and anti-conservative actions, owns YouTube and is ultimately responsible for the sudden termination of the channel used by Brownells, a company that has been making parts for firearms for 80 years.

The company posts mostly instructional videos on firearm maintenance, including the proper way to disassemble and reassemble a number of different firearms. The company says that Youtube gave them no prior warning about their intentions but found their channel had been terminated over the weekend.

(National Review) – YouTube suddenly terminated the channel for the firearms parts company Brownells, the company claimed on Saturday.

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“Brownells’ YouTube channel has been terminated without warning or notice,” Brownells’ Twitter account stated.

The 80-year-old gun supplies company reached out to followers on social media, asking them to contact Google, which owns YouTube, about the decision.

“If you’re opposed to the attacks on our communitys 1st & 2nd Amendment rights, please contact Google,” Brownells said.

Brownells used their YouTube channel to post instructional videos on how different guns work and how to assemble and maintain firearms…

Brownells reached out to their followers via other social media platforms and urged them all to contact Google with their complaints and demand that their channel is re-activated and their videos are once more available. Hopefully, issues like this will prompt a congressional investigation into this type of unfair and illegal discrimination.




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