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YouTube Temporarily Removes ‘Fredo’ Video of Chris Cuomo, Claims It Violates ‘Policy on Harassment and Bullying’

Big Tech is covering for the fake news again.

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A video of CNN’s Chris Cuomo showing the fake news anchor lose his cool and threaten a Trump supporter who called him “Fredo” with violent language was temporarily removed by YouTube today, claiming the content violates their “policy on harassment and bullying.”

After being called out for their restrictive decision to protect Cuomo, YouTube quickly reversed their censorship and restored the video.

Twitter is also working to censor Cuomo’s tangent, giving a warning that it “may contain sensitive material” before allowing users to access the content.

The restored video can be seen here:

Cuomo has a long history of bullying and threatening behavior toward his political opponents. He lobbed attacks at a rape victim whose message of empowerment was posted by the NRA due to her support for gun rights.

Cuomo also defended ANTIFA domestic terrorists on his CNN program. He defended the terror group that has repeatedly attacked innocent people like journalist Andy Ngo for the purposes of intimidation. He claimed their ambush attacks are justified to punish supposed white racists.

“People who show up to fight against bigots are not to be judged the same as the bigots even if they do resort to the same kinds of petty violence,” Cuomo said last year.

Despite their capitulation on the Fredo video, it is clear that Big Tech is out to protect the fake news media through their biased censorship policies.

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Former Google, Amazon Operative Slated to Lead Biden DOJ Antitrust Division

Putting the fox in charge of the hen house.

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The Biden administration is actively considering a career operative of Google and Amazon to lead the Department of Justice antitrust division, The Intercept reported on Friday.

Renata Hesse previously worked in the DOJ’s Antitrust Division during the Obama administration.

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Hesse advertises working with Amazon as an attorney to help the megacorporation avoid liability for trust monopoly action.

Hesse acted as counsel for Google during 2018 Federal Trade Commission hearings, arguing that Google maintains its monopoly share of the market for search engine queries on the basis of its product alone. Hesse ignored Google’s anti-competitive practices, such as shutting out competitors from search results.

Hesse would presumably oversee the DOJ’s Antitrust Division as it proceeds with historic antitrust litigation against Google. The corporate attorney would presumably be pressured to recuse from the case, unless she’s determined to deliver a favorable outcome for her former clients regardless of existing antitrust law.

At least one other lawyer who has litigated cases against Facebook and Google is under consideration for the Antitrust division.

The Antitrust Division of the DOJ is intended to hold America’s most powerful and unaccountable corporations responsible. Hesse has actively fought against such outcomes for years as a Silicon Valley-aligned attorney. Her appointment as antitrust attorney of the DOJ would indicate that Biden intends to pursue a union of the federal government with Big Tech and America’s most powerful oligarchs.


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