Facebook Kills Pro-Gun Song Advertisement – UPDATED

Country artist Dustin Collins, who performed at annual NRA meeting, has ad for pro-2nd Amendment song rejected by Facebook. Image Source: Dustin Collins Facebook
Country artist Dustin Collins, who performed at annual NRA meeting, has ad for pro-2nd Amendment song rejected by Facebook. Image Source: Dustin Collins Facebook

Country Artist, Dustin Collins, attempted to boost his pro-Second Amendment song “Cold Dead Hands” on Facebook. Amid the gun control debate following the Las Vegas shooting, his song advertisement quickly met a Facebook rejection.

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Mr. Collins inquired about why Facebook had denied the ad and received a message stating that the ad boost “doesn’t comply with Advertising policies.”

Dustin reacted by telling his Facebook followers, “Tried to boost my pro-2nd Amendment song on Facebook #denied I guess I’ll have to write a First Amendment song next.”

He then tried to boost the “Cold Dead Hands” video again, and received a message that said:

So my video I tried to boost below, for my song Cold Dead Hands was denied a 2nd time tonight, hear is the reasoning! Please share and let people know they are suppressing conservative material!!!

So my video I tried to boost below, for my song Cold Dead Hands was denied a 2nd time tonight, hear is the reasoning! Please share and let people know they are suppressing conservative material!!!

The ad caption read, “Tired of seeing people trash your rights? Let them know how you feel with Cold Dead Hands … a big leap into the real world” with this video:

Back in August, Breitbart News published an interview with Collins in which he said:

America was built on guns. We took our freedom from the English. If it wasn’t for guns we’d be having tea and biscuits instead of steak and beer. It’s that kind of thing to me. Without the Second Amendment there is no First Amendment. There’s nothing that stops anybody from coming and taking what you worked hard for. To me it’s just a very simple fact of life; it’s freedom, that’s what owning a gun is. It’s the very foundation of freedom.

Readers can learn about Collins at DustinCollinsMusic.com.

UPDATE: Since the writing of this article we received notification from Dustin Collins that, after multiple attempts and fan backlash, Facebook did finally approve the ad. He posted this on his Facebook page:

Dustin 1 Facebook 0 thanks to you guys for sharing and letting them know this kinda stuff is unacceptable. Remember if they can do it to me they can do it to you!

Dustin 1 Facebook 0 thanks to you guys for sharing and letting them know this kinda stuff is unacceptable. Remember if they can do it to me they can do it to you!

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Author, Advocate, Blogger & Zombie Aficionado. Air Force veteran and jack of all trades, with a wide range of experience with many different cultures around the world as well as working alongside both CEOs and average Joes. "Writing was never a goal or even vaguely contemplated as a career choice, it just happened, an accidental discovery of a talent and a passion." A passion that has taken him in many directions from history to zombies to advocacy to News especially in this day and age of "Fake News" and "Alternative Facts." The Truth Is Out There!

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