I couldn’t even remember posting the video MAGA. Anyway, the people at YouTube found it some way after being online for one year. They let me know their deletion of the video 29 April of this year. They wrote “
We wanted to let you know our team reviewed your content, and we think it violates our misinformation policy. We know you may not have realized this was a violation of our policies, so we’re not applying a strike to your channel. However, we have removed the following content from YouTube:
We realize this may be disappointing news, but it’s our job to make sure that YouTube is a safe place for all. If you think we’ve made a mistake, you can appeal this decision – you’ll find more details below.
An Email from YouTube
That video only had six views and had been online for ONE YEAR! Yep, YouTube IS KEEPING US SAFE!
Dan’s video is below. ‘YouTube confirmed to multiple news outlets on Wednesday that it had permanently suspended conservative media personality Dan Bongino from its platform, claiming he tried to evade a previous suspension.
The Google-owned video-sharing platform alleged that Bongino uploaded a video to his primary channel while his secondary channel, which uploads clips from his radio show, was under suspension for sharing a claim that masks are useless in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
The claim reportedly violated YouTube’s COVID-19 misinformation policy — despite the U.S. Centers for Disease Control recently updating its own guidance on the efficacy, or lack thereof, of cloth masks. The act of uploading a separate video on an associated account reportedly violated the platform’s Terms of Service.
“When a channel receives a strike, it is against our Terms of Service to post content or use another channel to circumvent the suspension,” a YouTube spokesperson told the Hill. The spokesperson added that both of Bongino’s channels had been removed and that any future attempts to make new channels “associated with his name” would be denied.
Earlier in the week, Bongino had already announced his plans to leave YouTube for good over the platform’s biased censorship of conservative voices.
In a video titled, “Why I’m Leaving YouTube,” Bongino allegedly announced all of his future content would be posted exclusively to Rumble, a pro-free speech competitor to YouTube that the media personality and Fox News host was an early investor in.