Big tech censorship is one of the biggest issues facing the country.
America’s culture of free speech is being eroded by big tech giants.
And YouTube’s CEO made one statement that will have you pulling out your hair.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki made an infuriating comment when she said that free speech remained a “core value” of the company.
Anyone who has been paying attention over the past five years knows that YouTube censorship has been out of control.
Wojcicki stated the following in her interview recent with Bloomberg:
“One of the things that is important to us at YouTube is the fact that we do enable so many voices, and that we do enable people to express themselves, and really celebrate the freedom of speech…That’s a core value of ours.”
She made that statement shortly after it was announced that COVID “misinformation” would be banned from the platform.
What constitutes misinformation is anyone’s guess.
Five minutes ago, mentioning the COVID lab leak hypothesis earned a ban.
That was only allowed to be discussed after the establishment said so.
Ron Paul just had one of his pages completely banned from YouTube for no reason.
Very shocked that @YouTube has completely removed the Channel of my Ron Paul Institute: no warning, no strikes, no evidence. Only explanation was "severe or repeated violations of our community guidelines." Channel is rarely used. The appeal was automatically rejected. Help? pic.twitter.com/CuvGAe1bVf
— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) September 30, 2021
Many popular conservatives and counter-narrative voices have been nuked from YouTube for biased reasons.
Comedian and political commentator Steven Crowder had his popular channel threatened with permanent deletion without getting any clear reason or YouTube following it’s “three strikes” policy at all.
There are too many instances to count where conservative voices have been silenced for political reasons.
YouTube has an obvious left-wing bias, and Wojcicki is lying through her teeth.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.