Once again, YouTube demonetizes pro-Second Amendment videos and voices as “offensive” content, but there is an alternative: Brighteon.com

Tuesday, April 30, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes
Tuesday, April 30, 2019

If you still believe that the Leftist-owned social media behemoths are not using their incredibly powerful reach and influence to silence conservatives, pro-Trump voices, and American constitutionalists, as well as deprive of them of a means of earning a living, here’s the latest example proving that they do.

Writing at The Truth About Guns, “Jeremy S” writes that suddenly, YouTube censors are finding new and inventive ways to deprive him of earning revenue on his incredibly popular firearms-related videos.

“Not exactly breaking news” that YouTube is demonetizing Second Amendment supporters, he writes, adding that, nevertheless, “the percentage of my videos…YouTube chooses to pull paid advertising from just keeps going up,” he writes, including a graphic in his piece that shows the number of demonetized offerings.

And one video on the graphics list provided with the article shows that it was “reject” for “inappropriate content.”

In all, 20 of the 29 videos Jeremy S included on his list had been demonetized. But why? What was the reason YouTube censors gave? Did he violate any of the platform’s “advertiser-friendly content guidelines?”

They include “controversial issues and sensitive events” such as “war, political conflict, terrorism and extremism” — nope.

Also, “drugs and dangerous products or substances” such as — well, drugs — including “illegal drugs, regulated drugs or substances, or other dangerous products not suitable for advertising.” Is this what YouTube censors used to justify pulling ad funding — that guns are “dangerous products?” If so, why is this section primarily about “drugs” and “substances?”

How about the section on “harmful or dangerous acts?” Well, Jeremy S is teaching people about firearms and ammunition, he’s not advocating anything “harmful or dangerous” regarding firearms.

“Hateful content?” Nope; this doesn’t fit, either. (Related: YouTube banning all gun videos in latest censorship assault on liberty… but a new video site welcoming gun videos launches soon.)

There is a platform that won’t do this kind of stuff

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