YouTube removed GOP candidate’s ‘deportation bus’ ad for hate speech — then put it back up

Georgia state Sen. Michael Williams made waves with his “deportation bus” ad, and for several hours, YouTube had taken the video down for violating its hate speech policy before later putting it back up, The Hill reported.
“They are doing everything they can to keep our message from reaching voters with the truth,” Williams said in a statement Wednesday. “They will not silence me nor our movement.”
What’s the story?
Williams is running for governor, and his campaign created an advertisement promoting a “deportation bus tour” to Georgia’s sanctuary cities, during which Williams said he would “fill this bus with illegals to send them back to where they came from.”
Some viewers were offended by the ad, especially by messages on the bus windows, such as “follow me to Mexico,” “murderers, rapists, kidnappers, child molesters, and other criminals on board.”
YouTube removed the video, putting in its place a message that it was taken

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