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Prager University’s founder, Dennis Prager sounds off after the ads and the videos posted by the non-profit organization have a social media site.
The conservative non-profit group, Prager University, is accused of a variety of social media to censor their content.
Dennis Prager, the founder of the organization, told “Fox & Friends” on Wednesday that Twitter and Spotify are banned PragerU of advertising on the site, and that YouTube has a number of the group in the “restricted” list.
“We are living in the usa, the biggest attack on the freedom of expression in American history,” Prager said.
“If it’s a pro-american, as a” pro-Israel, pro-religion, it is most likely to be censored by Google or YouTube,” he continued. He added that one video he made about the “Ten Commandments” is to a “porn is restricted” list on YouTube.
His company, Prager University is not an accredited institution, but the videos that are made up of millions of views, discussion of issues, including gun control, sex, gender, politics, and police brutality.
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Their web site offers a category of videos that claim to be, they are limited to YouTube, including “Gun Rights Are Women’s Rights,” “Born to Hate the Jews,” and “Do Not commit Adultery.”
Prager said that it was not only conservative numbers, and web sites that will be censored, it is on the left side as well.
“It was Ben Shapiro, of the Daily Wire,” he said. “Dave Rubin, a gay liberal, they are doing exactly the same thing to him. They hate liberals and rightists,” he continued.
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With regard to the of the complaints against Twitter, the social media platform issued a statement to Fox News on Tuesday:
The “@PragerU Twitter Ads account, it is not appropriate to advertise on the Twitter Ads platform due to repeated violations of our Twitter Ads policies. The account will, however, continue to tweet organically, as long as it is in compliance with the Twitter Rules,” a spokesman said.
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PragerU is currently involved in a lawsuit against Google and YouTube, and it tells the tech sites, “continuing to unlawfully restrict, limit free speech.” The non-profit’s in a legal battle against the companies in October 2017.