YouTube pranksters the NELK Boys recently interviewed former President Donald Trump on their “Full Send” podcast, during the podcast they discussed politics, particularly the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, as well as alleged election fraud.
After receiving more than 5 million views on YouTube the entire episode was deleted by YouTube in continuation of their silencing of the Presidents voice.
“Whatever happened to free speech in our country? Incredibly, but not surprisingly, the Big Tech lunatics have taken down my interview with the very popular NELK Boys so that nobody can watch it or in any way listen to it,” Trump said in a statement.
It seems as though before the episode was even aired, Trump knew it would be taken down. “Trump was right,” Kyle Forgeard, Co-founder of NELK said as he showed the deleted video.
“Interestingly on the show, I told them this would happen because Big Tech and the Fake News Media fear the truth, they fear criticism about Biden, and above all, they don’t want to talk about the Rigged 2020 Presidential Election, all topics discussed.” The President said afterward.
The idea of completely stripping a former President of his voice seems dystopian. Donald Trump was the 45th President and leader of the free world for four years. He is now no longer
“We allow content with sufficient educational, documentary, scientific or artistic context, which the video we removed did not provide,” YouTube said in a statement. Clearly, this can’t be the case, considering the interview was documentation of comments made by a former President. YouTube is also packed full of content that adds value to none of these categories. In fact, most of YouTube is pure entertainment.
With this line of reasoning, YouTube could take down NELK’s entire channel