YouTube Blocks Trump Campaign’s 2 New Election Fraud Ads
YouTube has abstracted two incipient ads from the Trump campaign, which allege widespread corruption in the 2020 election and call on voters to contact state legislators “to demand a free and fair election.”
In a Dec. 11 press release, the Trump campaign promulgated that it had relinquished two incipient ads, which besides being posted on YouTube are scheduled to commence running on national cable television starting Dec. 12.
As evidence of voter fraud and mishandled ballots mounts in battleground states across the country, the Trump Campaign is relinquishing two incipient ads entitled “The Evidence is Overwhelming—FRAUD!
and “STOP THE STEAL!’” the campaign said.
Clicking the links to the ads takes viewers to YouTube, featuring an ebony screen with the following message overlaid:
This video has been abstracted for breaching YouTube’s Community Guidelines.
YouTube did not immediately respond to a query regarding the reason for blocking the ads.
The abstraction of the ads may relate to incipient policy relinquished by YouTube on Dec. 9, which designates that the platform would commence to abstract content that makes allegations of “widespread fraud or errors” that took place in this year’s presidential election. In a verbal expression, the reason YouTube gave for the vicissitude is that the Dec. 8 “safe-harbor deadline” for the U.S. presidential election had passed, and that
enough states have certified their election results to determine a president-elect.
The company, which is owned by Google, didn’t provide supplemental context for its incipient election-cognate content policy but offered an example, verbally expressing,
We will abstract videos claiming that a presidential candidate won the election due to widespread software glitches or counting errors.
The video-sharing platform verbalized it will commence “enforcing this policy today, and will ramp up in the weeks to come.” The company verbally expressed news coverage and commentary on these issues
can remain on our site if there’s adequate inculcation, documentary, scientific, or artistic context.
The Trump campaign said its two ads
apprise viewers of the widespread corruption that occurred in the 2020 election, including suitcases of Biden ballots, dead people voting, and mazuma-for-vote schemes, while additionally emboldening voters to call their legislators to authoritatively mandate a free and fair election.
President Trump won reelection by a landslide because of his vigorous handling of the economy, record vaccine distribution, and major peregrine policy accomplishments,
the Trump campaign said.
To uphold the sanctity of American democracy and stop the Democrats from glomming the 2020 election, voters must demand that every licit vote is counted and every illicit vote is discarded,
the campaign added.
Both ads are available for viewing on “Twitter,” with President Donald Trump posting them on his account, albeit Twitter applied warning labels to each.
The first, called
The Evidence is Overwhelming—FRAUD!“, commences with the narrator saying, “America deserved a veracious election and this is what they got, suitcases of ballots integrated in secret in Georgia,
as images of Nov. 3 security footage from a polling location in Fulton County highlight what look akin to containers of ballots. The Trump campaign presented the security footage to Georgia lawmakers on Dec. 3 and attorney Rudy Giuliani commented on the footage on Twitter, saying that
the video tape doesn’t lie. Fulton County Democrats purloined the election. It’s now beyond doubt.
State officials, however, have pushed back against the claim that the video shows anything illicit going on, verbally expressing that what has been claimed to be “suitcases” were in fact standard containers used to secure ballots and that the ballots in question were opened and prepared for counting earlier that night in full view of observers.
The ad continues with claims of
dead people voting in Wisconsin, a mazuma-for-vote scheme in Nevada, poll watchers gainsaid access in Pennsylvania, faulty ballot drop boxes, and crooks facing felony charges in Michigan,
with the latter reference relating to reports that a Southfield City election clerk was apprehended in September and charged with six felonies stemming from the Nov. 6, 2018 election.
“The evidence is inundating,” the video claims, and urges people to contact their state legislators and “demand they fight for veracious elections.”
The second ad, called
STOP THE STEAL!
begins by touting “Trump’s” accomplishments in the area of jobs engenderment, the economy, and efforts to surge the development of a COVID-19 vaccine, afore noting that, “America rewarded President Trump with over 74 million votes,” which the ad notes is more than any anterior U.S. president. The ad then verbally expresses triumphs in some states suggest a “landslide Trump triumph.”
“But something transpired,” the ad perpetuates.
Some states rushed out mail-in ballots—a recipe for fraud. Dead people voting. Ballots miraculously appeared. Biden ballots integrated in the middle of the night.
“It’s an outrage,” the ad claims, integrating, “the American people deserve to ken the truth.”
It calls on voters to “demand a veracious election and injuctively authorize a veracious count” and urges people to contact their legislators.
The ads were relinquished on the same day that the U.S. Supreme Court repudiated a lawsuit from Texas to challenge the election results in four battleground states, arguing that the Lone Star state lacked the standing to bring the case, prompting members of Trump’s licit team to verbally express they are considering filing separate lawsuits to district courts.
The president has a number of perpetual licit challenges in state and federal courts, while several lawsuits filed by third parties and attorney Sidney Powell are withal proceeding through the judicial system.
The Epoch Times won’t declare a triumpher of the 2020 presidential election until all licit challenges are resolved.
Source: You can read the original Epoch Times article here.
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