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YouTube deletes popular Alex Jones interview

Jones' mere presence on a YouTube video can get the video deleted.
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A popular interview of Infowars’ Alex Jones author and YouTuber Jack Ducey was removed by YouTube. In what appears to be the foresight of the censorship, Ducey had uploaded the video on the alternative video-sharing platform Rumble.

A report on Infowars shows screenshots showing the reasons for the video’s removal.

The video removal notice claims it was removed for “posting content from creators who have been terminated under our terms,” even though it was Ducey who was interviewing Alex Jones for the channel – something that other podcasts have also been censored over.

YouTube removed the video, which touched on The Great Reset, just as it was going viral on the platform. The video was first posted on August 22 and appeared to have been removed on August 26.

According to Infowars, the version of the interview posted on YouTube had been edited in an attempt to obey YouTube’s policies, to no avail.

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