So everyone has heard the news that Youtube will be changing their terms of service. Recently released a statement to all content creators that has us all just a little worried.
“YouTube is under no obligation to host or serve content,” the company said in its new terms of service. The new terms also state that the company can “terminate” users’ “access” to their accounts if YouTube determines at “its sole discretion” that an account “is no longer commercially viable.”
The changes to Youtube’s terms of service indicate they can delete your account at any moment if they feel your account is not commercially viable. This notification has Youtubers nervous. No one knows what “Commercially viable” means as far as Youtube is concerned. Most people fee this is a way to censor Youtubers and keep the mainstream media at the top of its pages as Youtube has become a way to earn money over the past few years. If I were a person that depended on Youtube for income I would be nervous too.
For those of you who may not know who Richard Spencer is, he is the leader of the Alt-right/White nationalists movement. Spencer is the man responsible for the Charlottesville fiasco which ended in the tragic death of Heather Heyer.
On my podcast, I have talked about Richard Spencer and the White Nationalist movement detailing it as a more clean-cut version of the KKK. I have been told by White people that support the Alt-Righters
that they are not racist and are just simply embracing their culture. Today, leaked audio of the leader of the Alt-right, "Richard Spencer" going on a racist tirade in which he bragged about his ancestors putting people in slavery.
This is what Richard Spencer said in the audio: “Little fucking kikes. They get ruled by people like me. Little fucking octaroons. My ancestors fucking enslaved those little pieces of fucking shit.”
Later, he continued, “Those pieces of shit get ruled by people like me. They look up and see a face like mine looking down at them.”
Richard Spencer responded to the leaked audio on social media, claiming he did not recall making these comments and that he needed to listen to the audio before making a public statement.
The Mueller report was a long dragged out political soap opera which left many confused. Trump went on record to say there was no collusion and AG William Barr made the bold claim that the report exonerated President Trump. Although the report actually states the opposite, Trump supporters never bothered to read the report.
Well, now it gets even weirder. Trump supporters have been all over social media begging for AG William Barr to investigate the people behind the Mueller Report. Long-time conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi accused Mueller of pressuring him into testifying about his role in coordinating the release of stolen Democratic emails.
Corsi claimed Mueller threatened to indict him and put him in federal prison if he did not testify. On Thursday, Corsi's claim was denied by a D.C Judge which threw his lawsuit out.
The Hill- "Judge Ellen Huvelle of the D.C. District Court said that Corsi had failed to make a valid case against Mueller or any of the various intelligence and law enforcement agencies named in his complaint."
According to the "Virginia Pilot", Virginia's attorney general has filed a lawsuit against Pharmaceuticals USA over the opioid crisis. Virginia's Attorney General claims Pharmaceuticals USA misrepresented the risks of products that include fentanyl. Approximately 28,000 lawsuits have been filed against the drug industry. A report by "TOWNHALL.COM," claims that America facing one of the worst addiction problems in history. In 2018, approximately 47,000 people died in America.
The opioid crisis is a forgotten conspiracy and there is a reason for that. When Donald Trump announced he would run for president, one of his selling points to his supporters was the theory that he came up with which blames illegal immigrants for America's drug problem.
The idea that Mexicans smuggling drugs into America was nothing new at the time. In reality, truth is big drug companies are much to blame.
Virginia's attorney general's lawsuit is too little too late. At this point, drug companies have gotten exactly what they wanted from this opioid crisis millions of people addicted.
Victor Jarome Morrow