The Democrats' Big Tech adjuncts continue censoring speech that runs afoul of the election's Official Narrative.
What was so wrong about the American Mind podcast?
One portion of it scrutinized the dubious aspects of the 2020 election—that is, the podcast touched on what is now a quintessential third rail.
In a generic email to us, YouTube reminded that it is "a safe space for all." By questioning aspects of the 2020 election, the podcast allegedly violated that space. Without pointing to precisely how it did so, the social media platform added: "Content that advances false claims that widespread fraud, errors or glitches changed the outcome of the U.S. 2020 presidential election is not allowed on YouTube."
Never mind that the podcast made no such claims.
What it did do was question the legitimacy of the lawfare that preceded the election, highlight the curious events that transpired both during and after election night, and chronicle the statistical anomalies and robust evidence pointing to the fact that the election merited rigorous scrutiny. ...
That the podcast was not trying to re-litigate the 2020 presidential election, but instead merely put it in context of a series of major related events—including the first impeachment effort, the COVID-19 crisis and the 1619 Riots—was of no concern to YouTube. Any such skepticism is now banned.