Former Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard has been labeled by YouTube in a Fox News interview featuring potentially “offensive” or “inappropriate.”
Since when is the call for peace inappropriate?
Ingraham Angle Host Laura Ingraham asked Gabbard in an interview in early March, “Congresswoman, why are we talking about a no-fly zone that, for the first time, we have President Zelensky backing away from his previous NATO wishes and even demands?”
Gabbard Shock has indicated that very few people are discussing Zelensky’s statement on ABC News that “he is open to saying the truth, ‘Hey, yes, we will probably put this NATO membership aside,’ and he is willing to talk directly with Putin.” To do. “
YouTube has slapped Fox News video with two levels of censorship. A filter suggests that “this video may be unsuitable for some users,” viewers must click, “I understand and want to proceed.” Another filter claims that “the following content has been identified by the YouTube community as inappropriate or offensive to some viewers.”
Gabbard argued that Western leaders were actively undermining conflict resolution efforts because “it is good for the military-industrial complex” and “allowed them a proxy war with Russia, as Hillary Clinton recently put it.” He slammed the West’s war-mongering attitude and made his point at home:
“This powerful elite in Washington wants to turn Ukraine into another Afghanistan, a killing field where it supports this long-term insurgency. And they bleed and maimed, killing as many Russians as possible, who knows … for how long, and they’re really showing their real goal that they’re not taking action right now to end this conflict. “
YouTube has made a name for itself in recent weeks by censoring users who question the legacy media and warlord consensus. The YouTube documentary “Ukraine on Fire” (2016) censored the alleged history of US involvement in Ukraine.
YouTube spokeswoman Ivy Choi told MRC Free Speech America that “we removed this video for violating our violent or graphic content policy,” adding that “re-uploads of this video, including offensive content, will also be removed from YouTube.” According to Washington Examiner, mysteriously, this did not prevent the documentary from becoming available “10 months before the platform was censored.”
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