Big Tech is now even censoring the Jan 6th panel.
YouTube confirmed that they had removed a video posted by the committee showing President Donald Trump discussing voter fraud.
The video showed Trump discussing glitches that “moved thousands of votes” from him to Biden. TGP reported on numerous ‘glitches’ identified in the 2020 Election which seemed to always go to the benefit of Joe Biden.
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That was too much for YouTube.
YouTube confirmed on Friday that it had removed a video uploaded by the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot for violating the platform’s election integrity policy.
“Our election integrity policy prohibits content advancing false claims that widespread fraud, errors or glitches changed the outcome of the 2020 U.S. presidential election, if it does not provide sufficient context. We enforce our policies equally for everyone, and have removed the video uploaded by the January 6th Committee channel,” Ivy Choi, a YouTube spokesperson, said in a statement.
The Jan 6th hearings have been a massive flop. The ratings were lower than a normal night for TV networks.
Broadcast ratings for Jan 6th hearing:
ABC: 4.25 million
NBC: 3.31 million
CBS: 3.24 million
Nightly average broadcast ratings:
ABC: 7.4 million
NBC: 6.06 million
CBS: 4.3 million
The hearings have been so uninteresting even NBC cut away for golf.
Those blockbuster Jan. 6 “hearings?” are getting such low ratings, NBC decided to dump them and air golf instead. (Hey, it is the U.S. Open.)
Just before 3 p.m. on Thursday, NBC anchor Lestor Holt announced that the network would not be airing coverage of the show trial on its main network, but would instead be moving it to Peacock, its streaming service, in favor of golf’s U.S. Open.
Big Tech doesn’t want Americans to know the truth about 2020 election fraud.