YouTube Unveils Vague New Terms of Service to Facilitate Next Orwellian Content Purge

YouTube announced their new policies related to harassment on Wednesday, and the new language essentially gives the monolithic tech corporation carte blanche to ban any channel that levies criticism toward left-wing figures.

The Google-owned video platform is setting the stage for a take-down of President Donald Trump’s supporters heading into the 2020 election, as a part of their ongoing plot to give the presidency back to the Democratic Party.

“Harassment hurts our community by making people less inclined to share their opinions and engage with each other. We heard this time and again from creators, including those who met with us during the development of this policy update,” they wrote in a blog explaining their policy changes.

“We also met with a number of experts who shared their perspective and informed our process, from organizations that study online bullying or advocate on behalf of journalists, to free speech proponents and policy organizations from all sides of the political spectrum,” they added.

Those “experts” almost certainly include members of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), who constantly agitate for digital censorship and claim that the “OK” symbol and bowl cuts are racist hate symbols. YouTube continues to talk out of both sides of their mouth as they make Big Brother a reality on their platform.

“We remain committed to our openness as a platform and to ensuring that spirited debate and a vigorous exchange of ideas continue to thrive here. However, we will not tolerate harassment and we believe the steps outlined below will contribute to our mission by making YouTube a better place for anyone to share their story or opinion,” YouTube wrote.

They posted a general summation of their new content restrictions on Twitter:

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said during a recent appearance on CBS’ 60 Minutes that her company was already targeting President Trump’s ads with censorship, and that her company was preparing for a much wider crackdown in the near future.

“Have you taken down any of President Trump’s ads at all?” 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl asked Wojcicki.

“There are ads of President Trump that were not approved to run on Google or YouTube,” Wojcicki responded.

Wojcicki made it clear that the censorship was ramping up at the behest of the fake news reporter Stahl, who chided Wojcicki for not choking off freedom of speech quickly enough.

“I think it’s incredibly important that we have a responsibility framework, and that has been my number one priority. We’re removing content that violates our policies. We removed, just in the last quarter, 9 million videos,” Wojcicki said.

“What we really had to do was tighten our enforcement of that to make sure we were catching everything and we use a combination of people and machines. So Google as a whole has about 10,000 people that are focused on controversial content,” she added.

It is only a matter of time before every conservative influencer is thrown off the platform. Google is guilty of virtually everything the Democrats have accused Russia of doing, and so much more.

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