Big Tech censors strike again — nixing key interview with Capitol rioter

Big Tech’s partisan censors have struck again. This time it was YouTube’s hatchet-men scrubbing The Post’s widely watched interview of fur-clad Capitol rioter Aaron Mostofsky outside the Senate chamber on Jan. 6, 2021.

They’re doing their viewers (and the rest of the country) a grave disservice.
In the interview, which was clearly labeled as journalism, Mostofsky says he came to the Capitol because he believed the 2020 election “was stolen” — that President Donald Trump got “close to 85 million” votes, far more than in official results.

YouTube deemed that “misinformation,” in violation of its policy against “false claims that widespread fraud, errors or glitches changed the outcome” of the 2020 presidential election.

Jan. 6th Capitol Riot by Greenpeace USA is licensed under Flickr Flickr

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