YouTube is Restricting Conservative Videos – VIDEO

As usual, Steven Crowder of Louder with Crowder comes with more hard hitting stuff. Now, YouTube is restricting Conservative videos. Check this out.

YouTube is Restricting Conservative Videos

So YouTube is finding many ways to let less people see Steven Crowder’s content. If you’ve ever watched his show, it is far less offensive than a large amount of content on YouTube. Clearly, they are targeting Conservatives and reducing the amount of people that view these videos. Crowder is no longer able to use paid advertising on Facebook and anyone in restricted mode is unable to view Steven Crowder’s videos. Crowder is a major voice in the Conservative community and it is vital that he gets his content out there. YouTube is stepping in the way of that.

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So if you are looking for Conservative content, you might need to start looking at a backup option, such as joining their mailing list, Facebook (gasp!) or Twitter.

Share this story so everyone can be aware of what the Conservatives are dealing with when it comes to digital media. It is important that people don’t just think Conservative content isn’t out there anymore. Is this fair? Absolutely not, but we will overcome. Thank you in advance.

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