FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
April 3, 2023
AUBURN, Ala. — Just one day before RSBN was set to cover President Trump’s arraignment in Manhattan, YouTube has resumed its censorship practices and suspended RSBN’s channel, blocking our ability to livestream for seven days.
On Monday, RSBN received a notice from YouTube informing us that due to content violating their “elections misinformation” policies, the platform has removed several videos. These include President Trump’s most recent rally in Waco, Texas, his remarks at CPAC, and our exclusive sit-down interview with him at Mar-a-Lago.
YouTube listed the following violations:
- “Claims that the 2020 US Presidential election and 2022 Brazil Presidential election were stolen,”
- “Content that advances false claims that widespread fraud, errors, or glitches occurred in the 2020 U.S. presidential election or the 2022 Brazilian presidential election,”
- Absence of “countervailing views” in the “video, audio, title, or description.”
As a result of these violations, YouTube has also issued a strike on our channel and temporarily banned our account.
“Accordingly, the videos have been removed and a strike has been applied to the channel, and as a result, uploads and live streams by your account are suspended for a week. You can read more about our strikes system here,” a YouTube representative told RSBN.
Conveniently, YouTube’s Orwellian censorship practices have returned just one day before President Trump is arraigned in a gross weaponization of the justice system. Rather than allowing RSBN to show a countervailing view to the mainstream media’s version of the arraignment, they are simply shutting down our efforts. Again, they are leaving millions of Americans voiceless in the face of tyranny.
However, this is not our first rodeo. RSBN is fully prepared to move full steam ahead with Tuesday’s all-day live coverage of pro-Trump protests in Manhattan and President Trump’s press conference at Mar-a-Lago.
Help us beat Big Tech by following our channel on RUMBLE and watching both events LIVE on RSBN.