YouTube moves to shut down all independent media coverage of Las Vegas shooting in desperate maneuver to protect the “official” narrative
If you’ve been wondering whether the official story of how events transpired in the Las Vegas shooting was actually based in truth, wonder no more: YouTube has taken a bold move to shut down all independent media video coverage of the Mandalay Bay Massacre in a last ditch, desperate attempt to control the narrative.
According to the Wall Street Journal, YouTube search results were causing “debunked claims” about the Las Vegas massacre to rise to the top of some search results, and this annoyed Google to the point of taking swift action to censor those sources. According to the WSJ:
For example, the fifth result when searching “Las Vegas shooting” on YouTube late Tuesday yielded a video titled “Proof Las Vegas Shooting Was a FALSE FLAG attack—Shooter on 4th Floor.” The video said there were multiple shooters in Sunday’s mass shooting, a claim dismissed by law enforcement. Posted by a channel called the End Times News Report, it amassed more than 1.1 million views in about 27 hours.
The WSJ, not surprisingly, calls all real journalism an exercise in “conspiracy theories,” utterly clueless to the fact that if more than one person was involved in this Vegas shooting, it was a conspiracy by definition. The federal government charges thousands of people each year with conspiracy crimes, of course, and the entire left-wing media has been claiming for the last year that the U.S. government was taken over by a “conspiracy” involving President Donald Trump and the Russians. Isn’t it interesting how the media refuses to let go of all their favorite agenda-promoting conspiracy theories, even when they’ve been thoroughly debunked by the evidence? To the media, a “conspiracy theory” simply means something they don’t want people to read, see or discuss. The institution that has actually been debunked in the last year is the media itself.