Maxine Waters has an affinity for anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan — but YouTube doesn’t want you to know that.
The video platform — which still plays host to bigoted screeds by the Nation of Islam leader and its newspaper, The Final Call — deleted a video posted in January by The American Mirror detailing the California congresswoman’s relationship with the Chicago reverend.
We just republished it on Twitter:
YouTube just deleted this video from January exposing Maxine Waters's connections to Louis Farrakhan. Will Twitter? pic.twitter.com/so2Y5QJd35
— The American Mirror (@American_Mirror) June 5, 2019
We’ll see how long it stays up there.
Several months after the video was published — which merely featured the words of Farrakhan and Waters in their own voices — it was ban because it allegedly violated a ban on “Content glorifying violence against another person or group,” and/or one that does allow “content that encourages hatred of another person or […]
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