If you wanted any more evidence that the Democrats openly collude with Big Tech, look no further than the White House’s current rampage against YouTube.
YouTube, which Google acquired for $300M several years ago, has apparently provoked the ire of the White House for failing to remove videos that the government apparently does not want to have in the public forum.
And, surprise, surprise, the videos that the Biden regime wants summarily removed from YouTube just happen to be videos that question the veracity of Biden’s rise to the White House in 2020.
In other words, the White House does not want Americans contemplating the possibility of one of the most corrupt presidential successions in American history.
YouTube had previously suppressed content to kowtow to Democrats, much to Republicans’ ire, but it appears that at least one executive has had a major wakeup call over at the tech enterprise, judging from the statement recently issued by the company.
“We first instituted a provision of our elections misinformation policy focused on the integrity of past US Presidential elections in December 2020, once the states’ safe harbor date for certification had passed,” YouTube began.
In other words, YouTube did exactly what the Democrats ordered them to do.
Though YouTube appears to be balking now, much to the ire of the White House.
“Two years, tens of thousands of video removals, and one election cycle later, we recognized it was time to reevaluate the effects of this policy in today’s changed landscape. In the current environment, we find that while removing this content does curb some misinformation, it could also have the unintended effect of curtailing political speech without meaningfully reducing the risk of violence or other real-world harm,” YouTube continued.
YouTube, of all platforms, finally admitted that suppressing information just might “have the unintended effect of curtailing political speech.”
You don’t say! The only problem with that statement is that “unintended” should be changed to intended, which is especially clear from the White House’s ire now.
At least they are allowing the videos to be published again, however.
“With that in mind, and with 2024 campaigns well underway, we will stop removing content that advances false claims that widespread fraud, errors, or glitches occurred in the 2020 and other past US Presidential elections. This goes into effect today,” the platform asserted.
Needless to say, the Biden regime became angry.
Biden campaign spokesperson Kevin Munoz complained that the tech platform made a “reckless” decision in deciding to allow free speech to flourish once again, at least in that context, which is apparently the equivalent of “violence” for the current White House.
“YouTube’s reckless and irresponsible decision will invite further democratic decay and potential violence, and we urge them to reconsider this policy,” Munoz said angrily.
One thing is for certain: The only thing that is going to accelerate so-called “democratic decay” is putting another Democrat in the White House in 2024.
Author: Ofelia Thornton