Google Censored Popular Debate On YouTube

( YouTube removed the video of an August 13 New Hampshire congressional debate for violating its rule against content that “advances false claims that widespread fraud, errors, or glitches changed the outcome of the U.S. 2020 presidential election.”

The right-leaning group, The Government Integrity Project hosted a debate for Republican House candidates running in New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District.

Not all of the Republican candidates attended the debate.

Frontrunner Matt Mowers skipped it, as did state Senator Chuck Morse.

The debate moderator asked questions that were at times unconventional, with candidates being asked if the FBI should be labeled a terrorist organization or if Speaker Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Schumer should be investigated for their involvement in the January 6 riot.

And because the Government Integrity Project advocates for election integrity, the debate also included questions related to election fraud, with one candidate announcing that she is the only candidate in the race who is willing to say Joe Biden didn’t win the 2020 election with 81 million votes.

Another candidate called for an audit of the 2020 election results in New Hampshire.

There were also several references to Dinesh D’Souza’s film “2000 Mules.”

Unsurprisingly, YouTube’s algorithms don’t permit discussions on election fraud, so YouTube removed the video of the debate and issued the Government Integrity Project a warning.