Trump Interview To Be Censored By YouTube

( A brand-new interview with former President Donald Trump on the Newsmax television news network was removed by YouTube earlier this month, with the social media giant Google, which runs YouTube, claiming that it violated their “election integrity policy.”

During the interview, former President Trump explained how he believes he won the last election, and that through various instances of fraud and misconduct, the election was stolen from him.

Despite a wealth of evidence of fraud and misconduct, including thousands of sworn affidavits from Republicans and Democrats who witnessed it, social media outlets like YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook regularly censor content that discusses it.

After reporting on the removal of the video, Newsmax received an email from a YouTube representative confirming that they had removed the video from their channel “In accordance with our presidential election integrity policy.”

“We have clear Community Guidelines that govern what videos may stay on YouTube, and we enforce our community guidelines consistently, regardless of speaker and without regard to political viewpoints,” the representative confirmed.

Interestingly, other interviews featuring former President Trump on Fox News have remained on YouTube, despite making the exact same comments in those videos.

Newsmax responded by uploading an edited version of the interview, in which anchor Greg Kelly narrates over the removed clips.

A full version of the original, uncensored interview was uploaded to YouTube alternative BitChute by Matrix News.

Following the 2020 presidential election, then-President Donald Trump’s legal team, headed by attorneys Jenna Ellis and former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani, presented evidence of misconduct and fraud in a series of evidentiary hearings.

Judges repeatedly refused to hear lawsuits on procedural grounds, but sworn affidavits and testimonies, along with extensive data analysis, were all shown at evidentiary hearings in the Georgia, Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Pennsylvania state Senates.

Despite the evidentiary hearings, media outlets widely refused to report on the evidence, and social media platforms continue to censor accounts that discuss the issue.

In February, conservative commentator Steven Crowder was suspended on Twitter for sharing video footage taken by colleagues from The Blaze network showing the non-existent addresses used in several thousand apparently fraudulent ballots.

“Today I present dozens of non-existent voter addresses that I’ve verified MYSELF,” Crowder tweeted.

“From Michigan to Nevada. Empty lots etc. I’ll include pictures and a current newspaper as confirmation,” he added.

Evidence is banned, and claiming the election was stolen is banned from social media because they claim there is no evidence.