Weirdest "possible breach of policy ever". Churchill's famous speech

Really? Asking a linguistic question about Churchill’s famous WW2 speech may configure a breach of policy?

it’s funny how when I asked why that happened, Chat GPT started saying there was probably some error in the filter system, as there was nothing wrong in Churchill’s speech. So he decided to continue… just for the answer to AGAIN be cut in the middle

some works and speeches of famous persons sometimes have usage restrictions. it can be that this speech (not sure, just guessing), could be the property of his heirs/estate hence that warning. i encounter this previously about one of kennedy’s speeches.