Google BANS ad showing how life was better under Trump than Biden

Google removed the advertisement for the vague justification of a “policy violation.”


UPDATE: Google has since restored the ad, after significant backlash.

Original story follows:

A pro-Donald Trump ad has been censored online by Google.  

Reporter Andrew Arenge posted screenshots of the ad being removed for a “policy violation” on the tech giant’s search results.  

According to Arenge, a reporter for NBC News, Google removed the advertisement for the vague justification of a “policy violation.” On Friday the advertisement was live in the Google archive but has since been removed.  

Arenge also pointed out that the Make America Great Again Super PAC, the group behind the advertisement, spent over $15,000 targeting the advertisement at specific communities in Georgia. 

The ad featured a conversation between a caller from the Biden campaign and a voter expressing remorse for voting for Biden in 2020. The voter complained about the increased cost of living under Biden, including prices for food and rent.  

“Everything costs more. Food, cost, rent,” the voter complained on the phone to the campaign worker. 

“Okay but Biden’s helping pay rent for newcomers to America from around the world,” the Biden campaign worker responded. 

“You mean illegal immigrants?” the voter asked in the ad. “I’m struggling to pay my bills but Biden’s paying rent for illegals? They get handouts and I’m paying for it.” 

“Things were better before Biden, I’m voting for Trump!” the voter concluded. 

The advertisement reflects a growing sentiment among some voters who appear to regret voting for Biden over Trump in the 2020 election. The advertisement cited an earlier report by USA Today, which highlights Trump’s growing support among black, hispanic, and young voters who view Biden’s presidency as a failure. 

A recent CNN poll echoed these findings, concluding that in retrospect, 55% of Americans now say that Trump’s president was a success, a number higher than public sentiment when he initially left office.  

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