YouTube came after Heartland Diary USA yesterday when they removed my video of John Fredericks explaining the Georgia lawsuit that hopes to examine mail ballots in Fulton County for evidence of fraud.
You can read my post about the video here, but now you can’t see the video because globalist Google (in the form of YouTube) doesn’t want you to know that the fight over the Nov. 3 election isn’t over.
The Amazon Washington Post keeps telling us that “Democracy dies in darkness,” but Google apparently never got the message. Their slogan is “Election fraud dies in darkness,” and they clearly intend to wipe out any evidence that fraud does exist. With this latest action, they are not censoring baseless crackpot theories to protect us from misinformation, but rather are “protecting” us from our own constitutional rights.
They are saying that we the people do not have a right to know that a judge and a court have said that Georgia voters have made a reasonable case that election fraud may have taken place on Nov. 3. The judge wants to see if they can prove their case. Google and YouTube want to see if they can suppress the evidence and prevent you from knowing what really happened on Nov. 3.
On what basis?
“Our team has reviewed your content, and, unfortunately, we think it violates our spam, deceptive practices and scams policy,” their email told me.
What spam? What deceptive practices? What scam?
All I did was provide video of someone explaining a current court case. There was nothing deceptive about it. The deception is all on the part of YouTube, whose policy declares:
“Content that advances false claims that widespread fraud, errors, or glitches changed the outcome of the U.S. 2020 presidential election is not allowed on YouTube.”
This is tyranny. It is oppression without representation. And of course it isn’t accurate.
YouTube didn’t ban false information when it took down my video; it banned content from the public forum that provides valuable information about our government doing its job on our behalf. The video and my reporting did not say there was widespread fraud, but rather that a court was examining the evidence of fraud in one specific county in Georgia. Moreover, although that fraud — if true — could have changed the result in Georgia, it could not have changed the presidential election result overall.
YouTube is just making up stuff.
Why not? Google controls most of the world’s information, and they can determine what you will and will not be allowed to know and to say. Again, if there is any better definition of tyranny, let me know what it is.
I will appeal the warning and ask to have the video restored, but you and I both know where that will go. Down the memory hole, along with reporting about the First Amendment and free speech!