YOUTUBE HATES TRUMP NEW AD AGAINST HILLARY USING HER HEALTH, SLAPS IT WITH WARNING ‘THINK TWICE BEFORE SHARING’…REALLY?

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New Donald Trump ‘Dangerous’ ad using Hillary Clinton’s health and lack of stamina got flagged by YouTube with statement: “This video is unlisted. Be considerate and think twice before sharing.”

YouTube also placed the ad behind the “Restricted Mode” firewall that blocks “inappropriate content’. Meaning people won’t be able see this if they block inappropriate content.

 

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “YOUTUBE HATES TRUMP NEW AD AGAINST HILLARY USING HER HEALTH, SLAPS IT WITH WARNING ‘THINK TWICE BEFORE SHARING’…REALLY?

    Rifleman III said:
    October 11, 2016 at 7:01 pm

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    Jack & Barbra Donachy said:
    October 11, 2016 at 8:09 pm

    The problem with The Big Lie in an age when anyone and everyone can easily cross check facts is that The Big Lie has become harder to perpetuate. That makes Trump’s ad puzzling at the very least. At worst, it provides further evidence of a directionless campaign that doesn’t seem to understand it’s own necessary objectives.
    Trump’s base loves him. He already has those votes. What he needs to accomplish over the next 28 days is to win over moderately conservative women in places such as Bucks County, PA and Wake County, NC. How in the world is this ad going to sway even one of those voters? These are educated women who get their news from more than one source, and they’ve actually seen with their own eyes a perfectly healthy, robust HRC perform in two debates. Where is Trump going with this hole he insists on continuing to dig for himself?
    And before leaping to the conclusion that by placing this in their “Restricted Content” category YouTube is part of some dark conspiracy, Google their policy and read it. Clearly, and I say this from a background with a great deal of experience in this area, it falls under those guidelines.
    Regards,
    Jack Donachy

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