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YouTube Learns A Valuable Lesson: Don't Mess With The Second Amendment Community

On Saturday, Brownell's YouTube channel was suddenly shut down. The sporting goods company took to social media to make their customers know about YouTube's decision.

YouTube quickly received backlash from a number of Second Amendment supporters.

Early Monday morning Brownells announced that their YouTube account had been restored.

Apparently YouTube learned a valuable lesson: try to stifle the Second Amendment and Second Amendment-supporting companies and people will be up in arms about the decision.

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