Add another one to the pyre. Jared Taylor’s American Renaissance channel on YouTube has been permanently banned for what the Alphabet subsidiary is calling “hate speech”. The ban was rolled out along with other terminations of anti-Left content creators such as Stefan Molyneux on June 29th, 2020.
If you attempt to visit the American Renaissance channel, you’re met with the following message from YouTube.
The news was shared by Jared Taylor on the official American Renaissance website, where he explained…
“Today, without warning, YouTube banned our video and podcast channels. We had 135,000 video subscribers and close to 20,000 podcast subscribers. YouTube also banned other channels, including that of Stefan Molyneux. This was all no doubt in honor of George Floyd.”
The reasoning is misnomer.
Big Tech doesn’t care about George Floyd, they care about rigging the elections.
Reducing dissident voices raises their chances for success, especially as they use mail-in ballots to stuff the votes in favor of Democratic candidates, and manipulate the messaging through mainstream media and Big Tech-controlled social media.
The fact that people still don’t recognize what’s happening and why is more disheartening than the fact that the censorship is happening in the first place.
Nevertheless, Chris Roberts, the director of special projects at American Renaissance, announced via Twitter that all of their videos are being moved over to BitChute.com.
Most of our videos are on BitChute. We’ll obviously be uploading more in the coming days: https://t.co/OiDv7KkHSq
— Chris Roberts (@ChrisRo57038070) June 29, 2020
Taylor also echoed the message in the blog post on the website, noting that not only are they moving videos over to BitChute but that you will be able to find their podcasts at AmRen.com…
“We will be distributing our videos and podcasts on different platforms so for now, please look for our videos at BitChute, and our podcasts at AmRen.com. And if you have not already done so, please send us your email address so we can alert you to new releases.”
According to Social Blade, the American Renaissance channel had over 134,000 subscribers and had amassed more than 14 million views since first going live on October 18th, 2011.
YouTube has no qualms about erasing history under the guise of removing “hate speech”. To them, the only history that matters is the one they write or rewrite.
Don’t expect things to go well for those who hate censorship and political correctness come the General Elections. All sense of control has been wrested from the hands of the common man and now rests in the palms of Big Tech’s oligarchs.
(Thanks for the news tip Dandy)