YouTube Censors Project Veritas Video Exposing Pinterest's 'Anti-Christian Censorship'Chris Menahan
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Google-owned YouTube decided to censor Project Veritas' viral video exposing Pinterest for allegedly censoring "pro-life and Christian content" by pulling the video down for "privacy violations."
Twitter also temporarily suspended Project Veritas from posting "for tweeting internal communications from Pinterest which show them calling Ben Shapiro a 'white supremacist,'" James O'Keefe said.
The privacy complaint was due to Project Veritas identifying two Pinterest employees allegedly involved in the censorship decisions at 3:40 to 4:07 in their video:
You can watch the video here:
Leftist outlets like The Daily Beast are allowed to dox private citizens for sharing memes with total impunity, but investigative journalism exposing Big Tech is not allowed.
On his show Wednesday night, Tucker Carlson interviewed Pinterest whistleblower, software engineer Eric Cochran, who was swiftly fired after their exposé came out:
You can donate to Cochran's GoFundMe to help him out. He's likely going to be blacklisted from all the Big Tech companies as happened with James Damore because these companies are effectively a cartel which collude with one another.
Carlson also interviewed Live Action's Lila Rose, whose site was blacklisted as "porn" and then today totally banned by Pinterest.
"This is the biggest mistake of their lives," O'Keefe said.
Note, YouTube made this decision as congress is currently holding antitrust hearings to investigate Big Tech.
Big Tech's incredible arrogance may be their undoing.
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