PragerU Warns Against Political Intimidation. The Video YouTube Doesn't Want You to See!
Leftist corruption has been put on blast recently (see HIDDEN CAM: Democrat Official Describes MASSIVE Voter Fraud Plans!). Still, recent efforts haven't been enough to wrangle the beast. Democrats - entitled munchkins that they are - tend to get their way. Mostly because they know how to influence others, and by "influence" we really mean intimidate. PragerU describes more below...
Intimidation, harassment, and blackmail have become the norm in American politics. Why? Because it works. Kimberly Strassel, author of The Intimidation Game, explains.
PragerU has a point... The left's favorite strategy is to use their clout to manipulate politics - of which we have plenty of examples. Apparently this video hit a little too close to home for some. It didn't take long for YouTube to quickly place the video in restricted mode, along with multiple other PragerU videos (see Fascism? YouTube Marks 21 PragerU Videos As "Restricted."). Irony.
YouTube currently lists 18 PragerU videos--over 10% of our entire collection--under "restricted mode." In response to an official complaint we filed, Google specialists defended their restriction of our videos, and said, "We don't censor anyone," although they do "take into consideration what the intent of the video is" and "what the focus of the video is."
So much for "not censoring anyone." Mind you, this is the same YouTube that threw trigger warnings to the wind and led an online pro-LGBT campaign featuring cryptoid hobgoblins... the sight of which could have easily scarred many children. They didn't restrict those videos. Instead, kids' nightmares might be plagued by YouTube's flock of lisping men with glitter fetishes. All for the sake of virtue signaling, of course. Monsters.
There are already plenty of traumatic videos on YouTube. Those visual parcels of hell raise little concern among YouTube staff, obviously. Their objective? Hunting down conservative videos and banning them. Because leftist ideas crumble when faced with logic, reason, and facts. So in an ironic twist of fate, YouTube perfectly illustrated PragerU's point for them.
By the way, those traumatic videos? Here's one filled with movies that are so "offensive," they couldn't possibly be made today. Ready the safe spaces...