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Facebook: Business Ad for GOP Candidates 'May Shock, Offend or Upset'

My friend Chuck Warren ran an ad for his company on Facebook. Chuck is a businessman with decades of political experience. His clients include Senator Mike Lee (R-UT), Carly for America, Rep. Jason Chaffetz, and Senator Ted Cruz's super PAC, Keep the Promise.

Nothing really edgy.

The ad he bought on Facebook is for campaign services targeted to folks running for office -- strictly a business ad, no preaching or issues mentioned.

Facebook slapped a warning on it saying it had "graphic content" that "may shock, offend or upset" viewers.

Here's the warning:

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Here's the video:

Affordable Pricing from September Inc on Vimeo.

Do you think it contains graphic content that can shock, offend and upset the viewer?

Or does Facebook still have a problem with censoring information from the right side of the political spectrum?