Will YouTube Ban CNN and MSNBC for Promoting Debunked Trump-Russia Kookspiracy?

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
March 27, 2019

YouTube doesn’t tolerate conspiracy theories on their site unless that specific conspiracy theory is promoted and supported by Jews.

Just a few months ago, the Jew-run enterprise of YouTube began taking action against channels that they claimed advocated harmful conspiracy theories. They actually announced changes to their algorithm to hide this allegedly harmful content from users.


In a blog post published on Friday, YouTube said it would be making changes to its recommendations algorithm to explicitly deal with conspiracy theory videos. The company says the update will reduce the suggestion of “borderline content and content that could misinform users in harmful ways.”

YouTube clarified what kind of videos fit that description by providing three examples: “videos promoting a phony miracle cure for a serious illness, claiming the earth is flat, or making blatantly false claims about historic events like 9/11.”

This announcement came after they already banned numerous channels that featured right-wing political content. They banned Alex Jones off the site after CNN complained that Jones talked about the Sandy Hook shooting being a hoax back in 2012. A group of CNN shills even gloated on air after their shilling helped get Jones banned from YouTube and the other large social media sites.

YouTube has made it very clear that they will not tolerate conspiracy theories being peddled on their site. They obviously view conspiracy theories as harmful and bad for society. If conspiracy theories are harmful, why do CNN and MSNBC still have channels on their site? They should immediately ban them.

For the past two years, these networks peddled one of the most retarded conspiracy theories in the history of conspiracy theories. They claimed with no evidence that Donald Trump was a Russian agent working for Vladimir Putin. The Mueller report has debunked this stupid conspiracy theory entirely. And let’s be honest, David Icke’s theory about lizards controlling the world was always more credible than this dumb bullshit. Anybody could see that if a foreign power has been controlling Trump, it has been Israel and not Russia.

This conspiracy theory was exponentially more harmful than random people uploading videos about the earth being flat or raising questions about the official story of the 9/11 attacks. It was breathlessly repeated over and over again, helping raise political tensions between the United States and Russia. It has served to greatly increase the chances of conflict between the two countries and raised the prospect of nuclear war.

It was objectively one of the most harmful conspiracy theories in the history of the Internet. Millions upon millions of people could have died because of it. But we already know that YouTube won’t ban CNN or MSNBC off their site even though they irresponsibly promoted this nonsense for the past two years. CNN and MSNBC are both Jew-run corporate media operations. This makes them exempt from scrutiny that us normal people are subjected to.

Chairman of MSNBC, the Jew Andy Lack.

Head of CNN, the Jew Jeff Zucker.

You see, Jewish privilege allows you to spread baseless conspiracy theories on YouTube with no accountability. It might be hypocritical of YouTube to employ such a double standard, but hypocrisy and double standards are just par for the course when it comes to the Jewish race. YouTube should just be honest and change their terms of service to state that they’ll ban you for saying things that Jews don’t like. That’s because their issue isn’t necessarily with conspiracy theories, it is with people spreading conspiracy theories that Jews don’t approve of.