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Youtube to begin banning accounts that contest the election results


PJMediaThe Trump legal team still has active challenges to the election results in several states. Mike Kelly et al. v. Pennsylvania, et al. and Texas v. Pennsylvania, et al. are two pending cases before the Supreme Court. There are many, many witnesses who have signed affidavits alleging voter fraud in various states.

But, according to YouTube, you don’t have a right to see that evidence or be told that fraud even occurred. Your ability to view content and make your own decision about the evidence is superseded by their desire to keep you in the dark about not just mere allegations, but evidence as well. Will YouTube not allow live streaming of hearings alleging ballot fraud too? Should the Supreme Court take up any of the current challenges, will any coverage related to those challenges be allowed on their platform?

There is an increasing air of desperation to their demands that we shut up.

This entry was published Wed Dec 09 23:27:28 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-12-09 23:27:28.0. [Tweet]

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