YouTube Bans Videos with “False” Claims of Widespread Election Fraud

According to Big Brother, Google/YouTube, there was no widespread election fraud – Move along folks, there’s nothing to see here. Say anything else and we’ll ban you from OUR channel [Note: the last sentence was my view of Google/YouTube’s position and not an actual quote].

Note how one of the networks that Google/YouTube trusts to contain authoritative information, CBS News, treats Google/YouTube’s latest ban on free speech (aka the First Amendment to the United States Constitution). Here’s their headline of the article on their latest ban:

YouTube bans videos with false claims of widespread election fraud.

So if you have a position other than Google/YouTube’s position, it’s false information – and they’ll take you down. WAAAT?

The link from Google/YouTube’s blog post on their ban on free speech/dissent about election fraud can be found HERE.

Related Article:

YouTube Says It Will Start Deleting Content Alleging 2020 Election Voter Fraud 

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