Corbett Report Banned From YouTube After 14 Years, 570k Subs And 92+ Million ViewsChris Menahan
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James Corbett's The Corbett Report was purged from YouTube over the weekend for the crime of telling the truth.
James knew the ban was coming and is taking it in stride:
Mission Accomplished: The Corbett Report Removed From YoutubeBookmark James' site directly and follow him on BitChute, LBRY/Odysee and Minds.
As I reported in December, YouTube's new rules explicitly ban the majority of Americans from expressing their political views.
YouTube partnered with the Anti-Defamation League in 2019 and now uses AI to censor absolutely everything the ADL wants off their platform.
Even the video of ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt bragging about this being the case while speaking at the Council on Foreign Relations has now been censored off YouTube, though you can still see it in this mirror from Archive.org:
Since the ADL has succeeded over the past three years in getting YouTube to purge nearly everyone of note, ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt has now moved on to demanding Tucker Carlson be taken off the air.
The ADL is also demanding the DOJ go after Gab and knock the site offline for allowing free speech.
As I reported last year, the ADL was able to collect up to $10 million in coronavirus bailout funds from struggling US taxpayers despite having $92 million in net assets.
Not only is the ADL lobbying to destroy the First Amendment and take away Americans' free speech rights, they're doing it with our own tax dollars.
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