Video of the Day: YouTube Censorship Campaign Exposed — With Bonus Video

Today’s Video of the Day comes to us courtesy of Red Elephants and deals with an issue that has affected a number of conservatives online — censorship.

According to the YouTube description (as published):

Youtube has shut down several conservative and right leaning channels using a trusted flagger program after hiring several thousand members of the ADL (anti defamation league) and the SPLC (southern poverty law center) to become trusted flaggers to search out content that they dont like and shut them down. They have applied several strikes to infowars, alex jones, andy warski, baked alaska, sargon of akkaad, jake morphonios, and they might start going after and censoring stefan molyneaux and styxhexenhammer666 as well. They are stripping people’s channels and livelihoods away.

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And as a bonus, here’s Tucker Carlson exposing YouTube censorship:

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