YouTube will remove content alleging fraud or errors changed the outcome of the U.S. Presidential election starting today,
As an example, the company said, it will remove videos claiming that a presidential candidate won the election because of widespread software glitches or counting errors even if the videos prove that there was widespread fraud.
I moved this video to Rumble because it was removed by YouTube.
The platform has removed more than 8,000 channels and election-related videos since September.
According to YouTube’s ever-changing policies, users are not allowed to post content aiming to mislead voters about the time, place, means or eligibility requirements for voting, or false claims that could materially discourage voting.
This is clearly censorship and I expect that YouTube will be broken up in the beginning of 2021 because it is blatantly violating the 1st Amendment.
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