shut down Toronto mayoral candidate Faith Goldy’s online advertising
campaign Saturday, just 48 hours before polls opened.
Saturday, October 20, just 48 hours before polls opened, Google informed
Goldy that her entire online advertising campaign, which included video,
search result, and banner advertisements, had been shut down.
confirmed that your account is in violation of our Google Ads policies.
Since this decision is final, the account will not be reinstated,” wrote
Google to Goldy in an email. “Please avoid creating additional Google
Ads accounts, as they will be subjected to the same suspension. Our
support team will not be able to give you any more specifics on the
who ran a “Canada First” campaign for the mayoral election, publicly
opposed illegal immigration, and promised to
“launch a Special Research Desk on Islamic Extremism to monitor finances
in and out of Toronto Islamic centres” should she be elected.
commenced Monday at 10am, we got the notice [of ad suspension] late on
Saturday night,” declared Goldy to Breitbart Tech, adding that an appeal
was impossible until Google’s offices opened again on Monday, the day of
should pay attention because Google is pioneering tactics in Canada
which will be used against patriots south of the border come 2020,”
Goldy proclaimed. “Big tech is interfering with a democratic election
based on political bias and that should be deeply troubling to every
candidate and voter committed to democratic values.”
campaign has endured attacks from the collusive corporate media above
this instance of Google censorship,” she continued. “In two instances,
our campaign purchased advertising spots from mainstream media
organizations in Canada, and in both cases, after signing the contracts,
our campaign had the contracts illegally terminated hours before our
scheduled airtime while no reason was given as to why.”
which dominates the
online advertisement market along with Facebook and Amazon, reportedly controls 85
percent of online ad growth along with Facebook.
also reportedly generates as
much ad revenue as the entire global print advertisement market.