Google Removes YouTube Video Of Trump Interview

( Youtube has removed another Trump video that violates their rule about “elections misinformation.”

Trump appeared on Ronna McDaniel’s RNC program Real America and discussed his belief that Biden and the DNC stole the election.

Stipulating that Trump violated the company’s election disinformation policy, the ban hammer only appears to apply to conservative viewpoints.

YouTube, for example, allows Democrats like Hillary Clinton and Stacey Abrams to post videos in which they dispute the legitimacy of elections they lost and push conspiracy theories and unproven allegations of election fraud.

RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel denounced YouTube’s action. It’s simply the latest example of Big Tech’s chilling eradication of conservative thought.

Trump has been bounced from both Twitter and Facebook. Meanwhile, Satan would most likely earn a blue checkmark on Twitter.

Youtube has pulled down other Trump interviews. Trump was recently featured on the Full Send podcast by the Nelk Boys, which was pulled from YouTube around 24 hours after it was posted. Trump anticipated, presciently, that big tech would ban the podcast during the interview.

“If you put up this whole interview — let’s see what happens when Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, and all of them, will take it down … and let’s see what happens when they threaten you. Because we don’t have a free press in our country.” Trump said.

Bennie Thompson, D-Mississippi, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, said he was deeply frustrated that it took a gang of domestic terrorists invading the Capitol for Facebook to block Trump.

With absolutely no proof, Trump was accused of inciting the violence at the Capitol, and Facebook and Twitter banned the innocent-until-proven-guilty Trump.
In 2021, a writer for the New York Times editorial board applauded Facebook for deleting President Trump’s account after January 6.

The same editorial board of the New York Times decided in late March of this year that people should be permitted to voice “unpopular” viewpoints without being canceled. The editors stated that a free flow of information is necessary for democracy to work.

This reversal of opinion by the “paper of record” is stunning. Mainly because this is the same paper that stopped the free flow of information and greatly affected our democracy by quashing the Hunter Biden “laptop from hell” story, only to pull a reversal once Joe Biden was safely installed in the white house. Suddenly their analysis was that the laptop and its contents were authentic.

What are the consequences for the New York Times, or any other media outlet, when they peddle misinformation?