YouTube Pulls Project Veritas Video Exposing Google's Anti-Trump Schemes
Google, which owns YouTube, has pulled Project Veritas' video exposing Google as being the all-powerful fascist overlords we've always suspected them to be. The video in question showed a Google executive admitting Google wanted to act against Trump in 2020. The video is still online:
@JamesOKeefeIII @bitchute The video is still available: - on our website: https://t.co/wEQlqHHUEt - on Bitchute:… https://t.co/jmZG78kHRg— Project Veritas (@Project Veritas)1561427462.0
Obviously, do what you can to share this story. The biggest of the Big Tech giants controls the flow of information and what information it wants you to see. Related: Google Lists 'Unplanned' Movie's Genre as 'Propaganda.'
According to YouTube, the reason the video was pulled was "privacy violations" despite the video being shot in a public place, where there really is no such thing as privacy. But since YouTube, which is owned by Google, needs to protect its big pappa, the video was marked for execution.
🚨DEVELOPING: We have received two YouTube privacy complaints for undercover interviews in today's video (… https://t.co/OGWDT0WS1n— James O'Keefe (@James O'Keefe)1561408682.0
According to James O'Keefe, here's the most damning bit the great Google Overlords would rather you not see, know, or spread like some hot new STD at a frat party overflowing with Molly.
GOOGLE EXEC: "We got called in front of Congress multiple times, so we've not shown up because we know that they're… https://t.co/fcoKY1DNR3— Project Veritas (@Project Veritas)1561381613.0
Look it, I'm no half-Asian Kraken of a lawyer, but this kind of seems like an admission of guilt. This Google executive knows they've danced with the line, but they're not going to stop, so why show up to Congress to answer for themselves?
At some point we need to discuss the brazenness of Google and how it knows it's so big and so powerful, not even the US Government will hold them accountable.
What do you think needs to be done with Big Tech? Have we reached a tipping point?