Facebook has rejected a new family-friendly Fourth of July video that recounts America’s Christian heritage, because it doesn’t follow the company’s “advertising policies for advertising adult products or services.” The short animated video, produced by Heirloom Audio Productions founder Bill Heid, warns that the nation’s future depends on returning to “God’s revealed Word.” The video is called The Lost Secrets of Liberty. Heirloom Audio was set to launch an advertising

campaign for the video on Facebook when the social media giant sent notice Wednesday that the ad was not approved due to “images or videos that show nudity or cleavage.” Although the Facebook message didn’t specify the problem, Heid assumed it was due to a non-graphic image of Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel painting included in the video. “I applaud Facebook for having standards,” Heid said. “However, I’m also deeply saddened by the tragic and unjustified banning of our new family-friendly Christian production. READ MORE