(Dave Urbanski) Oh, and the virtual award ceremony was sponsored by — wait for it — YouTube
(Ulysses S. Tennyson) We previously reported on the fact that no one was watching Biden’s videos. We showed that the viewership, dislikes, and performance during Biden’s own eerie inauguration were so poor that the Whitehouse actually hid their own complete inauguration video from search engine.
(JD Rucker) What happens when the World Economic Forum brings together the world’s top globalist powerbrokers from government and business and asks them to try to solve some of the problems they see in the world? If you answered, “Nothing good,” you’re on the right track. But things in recent years have accelerated and taken much darker turns. They’re no longer meeting in dark rooms with armed guards to discuss how to dominate the world’s population. Today, they do it out in the open.
(Brianna Kraemer) A video covering a group of prominent doctors advising against lockdowns, contact tracing and mask mandates has been removed from YouTube for “violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines.”
(Staff Writer) Once a new Biden White House video is about 6-12 hours old, YouTube begins deleting dislikes from the video. They continue to delete additional dislikes at fairly regular intervals after that. The end result is that Biden regime videos appear to be much more popular than they really are, though they are still almost entirely upside down. In contrast, YouTube videos from the Trump White House usually had net positive approval ratios.
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(Kyle Becker) The social media platform YouTube is engaging in the duplicitous practice of scrubbing dislikes from Biden videos to protect the president’s political image, new data reveals.
(Joe Hoft) Social media keeps covering for the creepy Democrats. Any negative comments about Biden must be squashed.
(Joe Hoft) Is social media removing public dislike count totals because Joe Biden is so horribly disliked?
(Natalie Winters) As President Biden’s White House YouTube channel continues to see videos’ “dislikes” massively trump “likes,” the video platform announced it is testing a new design that obscures a public dislike count.