COLLUSION: YouTube’s Competitor Bans Project Veritas Video Exposing Google’s Electoral Interference
The Orwellian censorship by the Big Tech monopolists is spiraling out of control. After YouTube booted Project Veritas’ video that exposed the electoral interference and thought control of Google off of their platform, their competitor Vimeo has now followed suit.
Vimeo could gain market share from exposing the truth about Google’s machinations to undermine the democratic process in the United States. Considering they are one of YouTube’s top competitors, this would be a way for them to gain much-needed market share in a competitive industry.
However, Vimeo is doing the opposite. They are in effect harming their own business and protecting their competition. This action shows that Big Tech corporations are enforcing an agenda of social control, where dissent is to be stomped out by any means necessary.
Project Veritas pointed out the nature of this sinister cartel that works in tandem to enforce Big Brother:
The video is still available to be accessed on BitChute for the time being. Who knows if BitChute will be targeted by their DNS provider to toss them offline for not imposing censorship, as the unprecedented crackdown against right-wing dissident thought continues.
Project Veritas followed up their hidden camera video with several more disclosures to further expose Google’s biased and deceitful practices.
They exposed YouTube for putting pro-life search terms on a blacklist prior to a key Irish abortion referendum. They also showed leaked documents indicating that Google employees’ internal communications had referred to PragerU, Jordan Peterson, and Ben Shapiro as “nazis using the dog whistles” who should be targeted for potential censorship.
The Big Tech censorship apparatus seems to be in panic mode, as Project Veritas is urging more whistle-blowers to come forward. The flood gates may be opened on these monolithic corporations who have apparently been lying to the public about what they are plotting behind the scenes.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is currently looking into taking antitrust action against Google and other Big Tech monopolists. Another solution may be legislation from freshman U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) to remove Big Tech’s special immunity privileges under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act until they prove their algorithms are unbiased.