Social media giant YouTube moves to PROTECT Alt-Left domestic terrorist group Antifa by censoring investigative journalist’s post

In case you haven’t heard, the social media giants are continuing their war on free speech by censoring yet another independent media voice who was attempting to report a violent death threat against conservatives made by domestic terrorists associated with Antifa.

Mike Cernovich posted on his Twitter account a video explaining in full detail how YouTube Nazis “flagged” one of his reports documenting Antifa thugs making their death threats.

“As you know, our Community Guidelines describe which content we allow — and don’t allow on YouTube,” says a message that Cernovich was sent by YouTube content censors. “Your video, ‘Far-Left group ANTIFA chants death threats’ was flagged for review.

“Upon review, we’ve determined that it violates our guidelines,” the message said, adding that the speech Nazis at YouTube then proceeded to remove the video.

Cernovich then begins playing the video that was removed and it clearly shows what the title indicates: Antifa thugs making death threats against conservatives and supporters of President Donald J. Trump.

The video showed protestors chanting, “The revolution has come, it’s time to pick up a gun,” among other things including, “You want a red pill, how ‘bout a lead pill?” — a reference to the movie series “The Matrix.”

“So apparently now if you just report on what Antifa was doing — which was all I did, I just uploaded a video from their actual protest — if you report on what Antifa does, then that’s what [YouTube] is gonna do to you,” Cernovich explained.

“They want to murder people,” he continued. “This is not me characterizing what they’re saying.”

Cernovich added that the world of “fairness” and “human decency” no longer exists for the Alt-Left.

The content censorship isn’t confined to Cernovich. In a column Thursday, Natural News founder and editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, reported that YouTube speech Nazis contacted him as well regarding a video dating from 2012.

“Today, I’ve learned that YouTube is now going back in time and issuing strikes against videos questioning the Sandy Hook narrative from 2012,” he wrote.

“Mere hours after I publicly called for the regulation of Google, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, YouTube issued a strike against my account for a 2012 interview with a controversial book author named Jim Fetzer. That interview, which has now been banned by YouTube, focused on why banned Fetzer’s book,” he continued.

Adams noted the hypocrisy of the bans. (Related: Continuing its tirade of political censorship, Facebook just BANNED the author of a new book that criticizes Obama.)

“Keep in mind that sells books that claim the Earth is flat. They also sell books that promote Adolf Hitler’s genocidal philosophy. But when someone questions the official story on Sandy Hook, they get blacklisted,” he wrote.

And I can tell you for certain that Facebook censors are limiting dissemination of stories from The National Sentinel, an independent online news site where I serve as editor-in-chief. At the beginning of February, our stories were averaging 1,500 people “reached” but by month’s end, that average fell to just over 500 — despite the fact that our “Likes” grew by about 8,000 during the month to just over 27,000 now.

How’s it possible to increase your reach via “Likes” while your “People Reached” numbers drop by two-thirds (which means our site traffic from Facebook fell by two-thirds, which means our revenue from Facebook traffic fell dramatically as well).

It’s only possible if there is a concerted effort to censor conservative, independent, and alternative media content. [Fortunately, we’ve figured out a way to deliver our content to our readers uncensored — here’s how you can help.]

Under the guise of ‘combatting fake news, these Alt-Left social media giants have declared an economic war on independent media voices — not simply to starve them out but also to prevent as many Americans as possible from being exposed to anything but Marxist indoctrination.

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J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for and, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.

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