I'm not stupid enough to start a political debate on my page about my stance on guns. So I'm just going to toss the question out to you after telling you what's up with YouTube. Basically, with the whole gun control debate at the top of everyone's minds (especially with the March For Our Lives event happening on Saturday), YouTube has decided to ban a lot of videos involving guns.
Basically, it's the videos that show how to assemble guns as well as videos involving the selling and purchasing of guns that have been banned -- and YouTube has been a HUGE place for tons of gun enthusiasts.
So, here's the question -- do YOU think YouTube made a smart move with their banning, or did they go overboard? (And again, this will clearly be an answer that reflects your stance I suppose -- whether or not you think guns are the issue, or the people that own them are.)