Youtube gets attacked by a lefty and the media focuses on the Sinclair media group

It is becoming obvious that youtube’s new algorithms are having backlash for many different reasons and in many different ways.   It was only a week ago that I left the platform, and I have replaced youtube, with “D.Tube” because of how youtube often censors and “shadow bans conservative users as I posted about in my post from a week ago;  I am taking a hiatus from social media, while building up my own networks

Just a few hours ago this happened;  

The woman police have identified as the YouTube shooter, Nasim Aghdam, was angry with the video-sharing company because she was no longer able to make money from it, her father told this news organization.  Police say Aghdam killed herself after injuring three people during a shooting at YouTube’s San Bruno headquarters Tuesday afternoon.

It’s hard to know what is truth and what is drama.  I have no doubt that there are fake crisis events, that employ crisis actors.   I have very little doubt in my mind that a good percentage of what is displayed on television and social media is fabricated, or redesigned to be something more than they were.   As Winston Churchill said “never let a good crisis go to waste”.   The evidence is everywhere, most compellingly in the 9-11 attacks on the WTC.  

Which leads me to the next point of this blog.   So we get a very tragic attack at youtube’s headquarters within the last 10 hours, and even though the reports of this attack started trending immediately, shortly after that they stopped trending and appeared to have all interest die off, meanwhile all of the attackers social media profiles and posts were deleted.   Reference;

Now when I log in to social media, all I see is complaints about the Sinclair media corporation that ran a series of “Must run” PSAs asking viewers to hold their media accountable, and to post any complaints about their news quality on their public profile.  



WSBT 22 News Director John Haferkamp provided The Tribune a copy of a statement released Monday by Sinclair defending the “must-run” segments.

“The promos served no political agenda, and represented nothing more than an effort to differentiate our award-winning news programming from other, less reliable sources of information,” the statement read.

“It is ironic that we would be attacked for messages promoting our journalistic initiative for fair and objective reporting, and for specifically asking the public to hold our newsrooms accountable,” Sinclair Vice President of News Scott Livingston was quoted in the statement. “Our local stations keep our audiences’ trust by staying focused on fact-based reporting and clearly identifying commentary.”


This is all just slight of hand and illusions, to control the masses.

Another reason that I am moving on and trying new things, and promoting my own media.  This youtuber was upset about losing money due to new youtube policies.  I am blessed in that I have never monetized my youtube channels.  No loss for me.  However I have found ways to reach a bigger audience.


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