US Worship Leader Calls Out Social Media Censorship

Wednesday, July 1st, 2020

An American worship leader has highlighted censorship of Christianity on social media.

Sean Feucht posted worship videos on Instagram and Twitter that were filmed on the streets where anti-racism protests had been occurring but the content was banned by the social media platforms as it was deemed to be “false” and “harmful”.

Upon further investigation, Feucht discovered that other faith leaders were also being silenced on social media.

Bethel Church leader Beni Johnson had Bible verses blocked including Psalm 34:14 which says “Turn from evil and do good, seek peace and pursue it”.

Feucht called out the double standards of the social media giants, saying that while they were promoting the content of violence, rioting & destruction, they are actively CENSORING worship, prayer, and peaceful protest.

 

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