Facebook Blocks Father’s Ad To Reunite With His Son, Because He Is A Gun Owner

Brian D. Aitken
Brian D. Aitken

AmmoLand Gun News

Manasquan, NJ –-(Ammoland.com)- I am writing to let your patriotic readers know that Facebook is banning me from promoting posts that lead to my crowdfunding site, www.loganshero.com, including a picture of me holding my infant son.

My crowdfunding campaign, which does not sell firearms or weapons of any kind, exists to help me raise funds to regain custody of my son, who was taken from me by NJ courts because I was a gun owner.

Brian Aitken Facebook Rejection Letter
Brian Aitken Facebook Rejection Letter

Several of my posts have been suppressed by Facebook and a picture of me with my son was blocked by Facebook as a promoted post because Facebook’s Advertising guidelines ban any ads that promote “the sale or use of weapons, ammunition, or explosives.”

Here’s the email Facebook sent to me

Above is the picture of me with my son that Facebook banned as promoting “the sale or use of weapons, ammunition, or explosives”

SIDE NOTE: The New Jersey Second Amendment Society has also been having their ads blocked by Facebook over the past two days, likely because they advocate for the safe and legal use of firearms and their support of Brain.

In Liberty,


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“A chilling exposé of the legal system gone berserk.” – American Rifleman

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6 years ago

Putting yourself out there on FakeBook is a big mistake.