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September 29, 2022
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After an inspiring speech by Italy’s conservative, soon-to-be Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni went viral, Google-owned YouTube, of course, deleted it. She and her surprise victory have the leftist globalists so terrified, they’re resorting to their kneejerk response to anyone who threatens them: call them “fascists” and try to censor them so nobody can hear what they actually have to say.

Fortunately, that speech is still accessible in other places, and Meloni gave another one that’s just as terrific. As one commenter put it, watch this and you’ll quickly realize why the establishment is afraid of her.

https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/athena-thorne/2022/09/28/youtube-may-have-yanked-new-italian-pms-viral-speech-but-this-ones-just-as-good-n1632978

And speaking of YouTube censorship of “wrongthink,” they just did it to conservative Laura Loomer…

https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2022/09/28/google-silences-women-youtube-removes-laura-loomer-speech-claiming-misinformation/

And even to iconoclastic British comedian Russel Brand, who is, not surprisingly, not going along quietly with being censored. He admitted that he got a small detail wrong in a commentary on COVID treatments, but to illustrate YouTube’s bias, he pointed out all the leftwing media reports from soutvrd like MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow that got things wildly wrong, but are still up on YouTube.

https://redstate.com/brandon_morse/2022/09/28/russell-brand-isnt-taking-youtubes-obvious-abuse-of-bias-quietly-calls-them-out-in-new-video-n634199

Brand is also the latest content creator to start posting all his videos on the competing free speech platform, Rumble, which recently went public on the stock exchange. I don’t give stock tips, but if YouTube is going to keep censoring content that at least half the country agrees with, it sounds like Rumble has a better business model.

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