Saturday afternoon, December 12th, One America News posted, “YouTube Ramping Up Censorship Of Election Voter Fraud.”
YouTube, the online video-sharing platform, will begin removing content from its site related to voter fraud during the 2020 presidential election.
Republican Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) took to Twitter the same day to respond. He criticized the policy by saying, “Repeal Section 230 and break these companies up.”
The National Director of the Knights Party, based in Harrison Arkansas, Thomas Robb said, “This has nothing to do with ‘voter fraud.’ This is a way to silence good White law-abiding citizens that know exactly what is happening in America. Section 230 protects these social media platforms from giving you your God given first Amendment right to free speech. Facebook, Twitter, just about every social media site out there tries to suppress White voices. Senator Hawley is on the money to try to repeal Section 230. Until this happens, these social media sites have the control to censor the truth, and silence our White voices.”