Right Side Broadcasting (RSBN) has been covering Trump rallies for years. They are very pro-trump and can be depended on to go live with any Trump rally.

Just days ago, President Trump held a rally in Ohio that RSBN covered live on YouTube. The video had over 2 million views!

Fast forward to today, and YouTube has taken down the video of Trump’s Ohio speech and won’t even let them go live at tomorrow’s Trump rally.

This is more censorship from YouTube that targets conservatives and Trump.

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President Trump was banned from Facebook and Twitter. He’s been targeted by the dishonest mainstream media. Our unjust justice system has placed a target on his back, and the sound of his name makes Democrats scurry into their basement bunkers to plot their next impeachment scheme, but unfortunately, despite their best-coordinated efforts, Trump’s popularity only continues to grow.

Last night, thousands of Trump supporters lined up in Wellington, OH, for the chance to see their beloved 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, at his best—in front of a massive MAGA audience.

In addition to the massive in-person crowd who came to see him, over 2.2 million people (so far) watched President Trump’s first rally since leaving office. Fox News, the cable news station conservatives used to turn to for honest coverage of the news, decided not to cover the wildly popular rally. RSBN (Right Side Broadcasting Network), Newsmax, OANN (One America News Network), and C-Span. So far, RSBN’s live video of the rally has almost 2.3 million views on YouTube.

Newsmax had over 243K viewers!

Trump told the roaring crowd, “Gas prices are skyrocketing, inflation is skyrocketing, China and Russia are humiliating our country.” He also addressed the teaching of CRT (Critical Race Theory) in schools and in the military and asked the crowd, “Do you miss me yet?” as they shouted back, “Trump! Trump! Trump!”


When it comes to enthusiasm for Trump vs. Biden, it isn’t even a contest. Most of Biden’s YouTube videos receive a fractional number of views compared to Trump’s first rally in six months.

Three weeks ago, former President Obama joined Joe Biden to talk about Obamacare. The video, featuring two of America’s top vote-getters, has received a measly 68K views. If these two are so popular—where are all of their fans?

One only needs to watch the video below of these two Socialist fools pushing socialized medicine on Americans to understand why so many people drove to Wellington, Ohio, to hear President Trump speak.


In mid-June, Tucker Carlson was also censored by YouTube:

When a Tucker Carlson monologue gets a warning label, you know that we’re becoming North Korea. It’s hard to believe, once you watch the video below, that there is a warning when there is so much violent content out there that SHOULD be labeled “offensive” or “inappropriate.” Is it because Carlson is telling the truth about what’s really going on in the area in Atlanta called “Buckhead”?

Carlson’s monologue from last night was about how the citizens of Buckhead in Atlanta want to secede from the city and have their own police force. The crime in their area has skyrocketed, and Carlson gives example after example.

The only part of the video that could be interpreted as offensive is when Carlson shows a couple being attacked. The problem is that attacks like this are shown on the news all the time.

What is the reason for the label on the video? Censorship?

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