Joe Biden has the Democrats in serious panic mode.
They know that either he or Kamala Harris are toast if they run against Donald Trump in 2024.
And Trump gave one speech that the Democrats are desperately attempting to censor.
Donald Trump has yet to confirm if he’s running again in 2024, but he appears to be leaning that way.
Regardless of his decision, the Democrats are in bad shape against any Republican with a pulse.
But the Democrats particularly fear Trump running again because he now knows all of the tricks of the D.C. Swamp.
That’s why Trump continues to be silenced on Big Tech platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
Google-owned YouTube even censored a video from the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) because it contained a speech from Trump where he mentioned the 2020 election.
Matt Schlapp—chairman of the American Conservative Union (ACU), the group that runs CPAC—wrote a letter to Google ripping the corporation’s over-the-top censorship.
Schlapp vowed to push for regulation of YouTube because of their obvious bias against conservatives.
Schlapp wrote to Google CEO Sundar Pichai:
“Once again, Google has chosen to play politics and censor, using its market dominant position to do so. While we are disappointed, we are not surprised. I recently learned that you have inappropriately taken down CPAC’s entire Saturday, February 26th livestream content from our recent conference in Orlando, Florida. In addition, you issued CPAC a ‘strike’ for citing ‘mis-information’ regarding the 2020 presidential election. Regardless of your personal beliefs and those of your senior leadership (not to mention your absolute liberal bias), there remain very serious questions about the way the 2020 election was conducted. Removing our content does not erase those questions, no matter how hard you try.”
Schlapp brought up a point that even liberals are beginning to agree with: censoring videos that question the 2020 election is useless and counter-productive.
Wired Magazine—which has moved sharply to the left—mentioned how both The Hill, a left-leaning mainstream outlet, and the Full Send podcast, a humorous interview show, were both censored on YouTube because they contained clips of Trump questioning the 2020 election.
“In the Hill’s case, YouTube’s election integrity policy seems to rest on particularly questionable assumptions. Notice that when I quoted Trump’s comments from the podcast, I didn’t add that his claims were false. Were you therefore at risk of believing them, if you didn’t already? The unstated premise of a policy like YouTube’s is that, in the year 2022, there are a meaningful number of people out there who would have been.”
The establishment’s crusade to make Trump a pariah is not working, and even liberals are getting sick of it.
Biden and his cronies in the so-called mainstream media and Big Tech are falling back on censorship because they have given up on attempting to win the argument.
Now that the town square has moved online, it’s easier for a handful of politically driven tech oligarchs to steer the public conversation however they want.