YouTube has spoken and they’re not interested in allowing an interview conducted by OutKick founder Clay Travis and his radio co-host Buck Sexton with guest U.S. Senator Rand Paul to be uploaded to the video platform.
The interview includes a discussion on ending vaccine mandates, the omicron variant and Sen. Paul’s battles with Dr. Anthony Fauci.
It’s unclear if YouTube even listened to the interview or if they’ve resorted to a complete ban on any type of media where Rand Paul addresses COVID. In early January, YouTube removed a “Joe Rogan Experience” podcast video where the popular host interviewed Dr. Robert Malone. While YouTube wouldn’t give a concrete reason why the Rogan podcast was pulled, the site ran a message stating the video was removed for “violating” the platform’s “community guidelines.”
It’s been a busy month for the YouTube censors who even went after singer-songwriter John Ondrasik of Five For Fighting fame for a music video titled “Blood on my Hands” which used real footage of Taliban atrocities. Eventually, YouTube censors restored the video — with a child content restriction — and the music video was back in business.
And now YouTube wants nothing to do with a nine-minute interview from Clay & Buck with Rand Paul. The good news is that the interview can be seen on Rumble.