The only way to contact Google was to edit the post and submit it for review. Google approved and re-published the following, which only goes to show that the "review" was conducted by an algorithm.
What on earth are you talking about? Specifically, how does this post violate any guidelines?
I no longer have access to the post since it was unpublished. How could I possibly edit the post if I don't have access to it or know what part of it violated guidelines and how so?
This post is over nine years old. What prompted the review? How was it "flagged"? Why, after nine years, is there suddenly a problem?
Your email mentions my "content has violated our Malware and Viruses policy". The idea that malware or a virus was deliberately put in the blog post is absurd! Specifically, what was the nature of the malware/virus and why did it take nine years for it to manifest?
Maybe there was a hacker. Maybe Blogger should transition blog addresses to an https prefix.
Below is Google's notice of cancelation (sic):
As you may know, our Community Guidelines
(https://blogger.com/go/contentpolicy) describe the boundaries for what we
allow-- and don't allow-- on Blogger. Your post titled "Guest Blog:
Greetings Patriots by Palin Smith Conservative Roundup " was flagged to us
for review. We have determined that it violates our guidelines and have
unpublished the URL
making it unavailable to blog readers.
Why was your blog post unpublished?
Your content has violated our Malware and Viruses policy. Please visit
our Community Guidelines page linked in this email to learn more.
If you are interested in republishing the post, please update the
content to adhere to Blogger's Community Guidelines. Once the content is
updated, you may republish it at
This will trigger a review of the post.
For more information, please review the following resources:
Terms of Service: https://www.blogger.com/go/terms
Blogger Community Guidelines: https://blogger.com/go/contentpolicy
The Blogger Team
What a bunch of BS!
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