That’s a problem for ANYONE on ANY SITE on the Internet. You are ALWAYS CENSORED no matter what site you’re on. That’s just the way it goes.
Every site is owned by someone (or a company) and that someone or company is the one who determines WHAT CAN BE SAID on their site. That’s simply the right of private property. If you had a website and forum, you would want to control it, too.
Then the Hollywood libtards and academic historians had better shut the #@&! up about the so-called "Hollywood Blacklist" of known Communists. The studios continued to employ them (albeit under pseudonyms so that the boycotting audiences would be unaware).
There exists a blacklist today that will not be written about in school textbooks or decried in the mainstream media.
Some use their site to promote good and censor evil. Some use their site to promote evil and censor good.
Now we know which category Kickstarter is in.
Thank you Captain Beside-the-Point-Obvious.
Do yourself a favor and familiarize yourself with the facts before voicing an uneducated opinion.
The issue is not about censorship. This issue in this regard concerns a website which claims to support and serve individuals seeking to enlist financial donors to their film projects. Due to the topic of the documentary, the producers of the film were singled out under false claims. Claims which the producers qualified by showing Kickstarters bias as well as their hypocrisy.
Get a clue.