Google Censors FCPS Reform Website for "Violating Terms of Service" (UPDATED)

Update (8/19/2016) - It appears that Google has responded to our criticism by reinstating the short URL link. Thanks to all ResistanceMedia readers for "requesting reviews" from Google. 

In the latest of a string of incidents involving Google showing their liberal bias, the website Take Back Fairfax ( has apparently been banned from Google's Short URL service for allegedly "violating Google's terms of service."

On August 13, 2016, ResistanceMedia's Twitter account (@schooltyranny16) posted an excerpt from a Take Back Fairfax article entitled "The Moral Narcissism of Ryan McElveen", with a link to the article.  
 Now, if you click on the Google Short URL link in the tweet, an error message appears:

The message reads,  "this shortlink has been disabled. It was found to be violating our Terms of Service. Click here and here for more information about our terms and policies respectively."

After reviewing their "Terms of Service", it is not clear what term this website is violating. The Google "Terms of Service" are available for review at this link. The article in question is available here.  

It is more likely that the link was banned because it criticizes Ryan McElveen, who works at the liberal Brookings Institution, which Google financially supports. 

This is not the first time that Google has been engaged in "questionable" behavior that shows favoritism towards certain views. Just a week ago, if "when is the election" or other related keywords were searched in Google Search, THIS was the result:

You can visit the Short URL here to "request a review". Please do NOT let Google get away with this latest incident of bias!