The video remained off of Facebook’s radar until the group attempted to “boost" (a paid promotion that increases the post’s visibility) the post of the video on the Zion’s Joy! Facebook page. The boosted post was rejected by Facebook "because of political content.” Soon after, the video and post were deleted from Facebook altogether.
Not only is the song and music video absent of "political content,” but it’s message of love and unity is deliberately clear...
People of every color loving one another tell me
What would heaven look like?
Bigotry and hate are absent only love and peace are present tell me
What would heaven feel like?
“This song has brought healing and hope to thousands that have listened to it,” says group member Karen Hall. "Our hope is that it would inspire people to love each other the way God loves us - unconditionally! We want Facebook to allow us to continue to spread this message.”
For more information, visit the band’s official website at zionsjoy.com.
UPDATE 8:23PM: Facebook has reversed their position, apologized and acknowledged that they should not have taken the video down. Facebook has restored the video complete with the original views and comments.
Source: Nashville Publicity Group