Something strange and disturbing happened to us this week. We were censored by YouTube in a way we never have been before.
You’ll remember that I did a lengthy monologue about a story in the Jerusalem Post that quoted a Lebanese newspaper that reported a Hamas leader as saying that Canada had offered to take 100,000 Palestinian migrants from Lebanon and Syria.
An unnamed Liberal spin doctor said it wasn't true, but it sounded plausible. The idea of taking 100,000 more migrants sounds exactly like something Trudeau would want to do, along with his Muslim immigration minister, Ahmed Hussen.
And then I saw this story in a mainstream Canadian media outlet: Palestinians refugees in Lebanon want asylum in Canada!
So who are you going to believe?
As you know, every day we put out a short video clip from my monologue up for free on YouTube to encourage more people to become subscribers to the full show.
We’ve done this hundreds of times; we’ve published more than 13,000 videos on YouTube.
But this time, YouTube banned it.
They blocked it. They took it down.
This is just pure politics. But by whom? By Hamas, who was quoted in the story? Probably not. They like this story — they’re the ones who first talked about it to the Lebanese newspaper. By Trudeau, who doesn’t want to look like an idiot, and wants this story smothered before the election? That’s more likely.
We haven’t had censorship problems with YouTube lately. They've have throttled our traffic, and cut off our funds. But at least they had let us publish our videos.
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