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Youtube censors major anti-Obama channel
« on: March 23, 2014, 04:43:09 PM »
YouTube Censors Major Anti-Obama Channel

Posted on March 23, 2014   
 

 


Unreal. This is outrageous that government has been given this power.
 Check it out:

A major anti-Obama YouTube channel with 55 million views was shut down yesterday just days after a new policy went into effect handing governments the power to flag “extremist” content on the video sharing website.

Media commentator and activist Mark Dice, whose channel had 55 million views and 265,000 subscribers, had his account suspended yesterday for what YouTube described as “severe terms of service violations”. The channel was not deleted due to copyright issues.
 
The most popular videos on Dice’s channel lambasted supporters of Barack Obama. Dice had built up a reputation for his ‘man on the street’ videos which featured him getting Obama supporters to sign petitions that called for a number of insane proposals, like putting gun owners in concentration camps, killing newborn babies, repealing the first amendment to silence criticism of Obama, and granting Obama immunity from all crimes.

Read more at http://conservativebyte.com/2014/03/youtube-censors-major-anti-obama-channel/#bDg7B48cHkxBlRqZ.99
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