Facebook Calls Vaping Documentary A Billion Lives a Tobacco Product

A Billion Lives Documentary

The vaping documentary A Billion Lives which is focused on exposing the lies and misconceptions surrounding the anti vaping movement, has now officially been deemed a tobacco product by Facebook. No you did not read that wrong. According to Facebook, a film which is exposing big tobacco, big pharma, and blowing the whistle on governments around the world, in order to save lives is now deemed a tobacco product.

Free speech can now be deemed as a tobacco product.

In a bold move, Facebook is officially banning advertisements of the important documentary. Facebook representatives are saying the reason for the ban of advertisements for the film is because vaping is related to tobacco and they do not allow tobacco ads to run on Facebook.

In an open letter to Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook, A Billion Lives filmmaker Aaron Biebert calls Facebook out by saying, “You call our film a tobacco product, yet we are trying to help people quit. You promise to make the world more open, but you are closing it off.” Read the entire statement given by Aaron Biebert by clicking here.

Since Facebook will not allow the A Billion Lives team to advertise and spread the word about how vaping is 95% healthier than traditional tobacco, Vape About It and it’s readers must help spread the truth by sharing this article!

We fully support Aaron and the entire crew working on what is arguably the most important documentary the world of vaping has yet to see.. More information regarding the film can be found at www.abillionlives.com.