May 3, 2023
Are you curious about what YouTube does NOT want you to hear? Rebel Civics episode #50, “A Kennedy Runs For President”, was pulled by YouTube for “community guidelines violations” for “medical misinformation” after only a hundred YouTube views.
Apparently Kennedy is already being squashed as a presidential candidate – the show was reporting on his presidential bid announcement speech. Exactly why is Kennedy running for the D primary considered “a serious risk of egregious harm by spreading medical misinformation about currently administered vaccines that are approved and confirmed to be safe and effective”? That’s quite a claim for YouTube to make.
They can’t allow any challenges to the Empire or to Joe Biden. Censorship is the preferred tactic when they can’t us reason and facts to support their cause. Keith talks in this short prerecorded episode about what this all means.
YouTube censorship doesn’t stop UnsafeSpace. The Rumble version of the episode has 291 views and counting. Rumble is now the bigger view count for Rebel Civics. Presumable YouTube is shadow banning us. We know many people are switching to other platforms, abandoning YouTube to its preferred cat videos, Coof shot promotion, and government-directed support for The Empire.
As YouTube commits suicide, watch Rebel Civics on Rumble, or Odysee, or BitChute, D-Live, Facebook Live, and more. Listen on Apple podcasts and other audio-only platforms. We will keep providing facts, reason, civics education, current event analysis and education regardless of what YouTube wants to prevent you from hearing.
Links Referenced in the Show:
Rebel Civics #50 “A Kennedy Runs For President”
Book Club on RFK Jr’s “The Real Anthony Fauci”
About Rebel Civics
Hosted by Keith Bessette, Rebel Civics covers the principles of society and government, the ideas upon which America was founded, the history of the development of these principles, and current events in relation to them. Rebel (n): A person who is disobedient to unjust authority and stands up for fundamental principles, despite conventions and the opinions of others.