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These 4 videos are PROOF of YouTube's GLARING political bias

These 4 videos are PROOF of YouTube's GLARING political bias

The problem is selective enforcement of the law

YouTube banned Steven Crowder over a comment made by Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake. The content questioned election integrity, but YouTube's action to censor the video raised the more important question: Why does Big Tech selectively enforce the rules, specifically about election integrity? Because 2016 called, and it wants its Russian prostitutes back.

Steven Crowder did his homework the same way he always does and discovered four videos that YouTube must have totally accidentally missed during its crusade against election-related content. YouTube's policy states, "Content that advances false claims that widespread fraud, errors, or glitches changed the outcome of the U.S. 2020 presidential election are not allowed." So, Steven did his part in seeing to it that the YouTube community feels safe by bringing attention to four videos of Democrats violating YouTube's own policy.

In the first video, PBS NewsHour’s Judy Woodruff asked Elizabeth Warren if she thought the 2016 Democratic Primary was rigged. Warren said: “I think it was.” Warren's comments came after Politico published an excerpt from a book written by Donna Brazile, former interim acting chair of the Democratic National Committee. The book detailed how the Democratic National Committee favored Hillary Clinton as the Democratic candidate to go head to head with Donald J. Trump. Seems like Warren's at least 1/1024th conspiratorial. But maybe that's not enough to trigger the YouTube audit.

When asked by CNN's Jake Tapper if there was deliberate interference in the Georgia State gubernatorial election, Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams replied: "Yes. there has been systematic, deliberate disenfranchisement for years in the state of Georgia" and that it "reached its pinnacle" in her gubernatorial race. Maybe Abrams had her facts stashed somewhere on Hillary Clinton's server and that's why she didn't present them?

Former President Jimmy Carter told NBC News the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election would show that "President Donald Trump didn't win the presidency." The same Russian interference that maybe or maybe was not based upon a dossier that maybe was or was not funded by the DNC and the Clinton campaign? But it's all just peanuts to Jimmy Carter.

In a "Sunday Morning" interview with host Jane Pauley, former Secretary of State and Democratic presidential nominee (and ultimate presidential loser) Hillary Rodham Clinton said: "[Donald Trump] knows he is an illegitimate president." Maybe Hillary Clinton knows something we don't. Perhaps the answers are somewhere with one of her husband's former jet-setting pals, Jeffery Epstein who totally committed suicide, so we'll never know.

So, in light of the evidence, hopefully, YouTube will take notice and protect the YouTube community from this totally unsafe and violently harmful content of questioning election integrity.

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