Within 24 hours of David Brody's interview with President Donald Trump & former Governor Eric Greitens, the Real America's Voice YouTube channel was suspended.
On Monday, David Brody--host of The Water Cooler, a television show airing on Real America's Voice Network-- interviewed President Donald J. Trump.
Following the President, Brody interviewed former Missouri Governor & current U.S. Senate candidate Eric Greitens to discuss.
According to Just the News:
Real America's Voice has been suspended from YouTube for a week for posting an exclusive interview with former President Donald Trump in which he discusses the disputed 2020 presidential election.
The network shared a Monday night removal notice with Just the News that claimed the video violated YouTube's "spam, deceptive practices and scams" policy, but did not point to specific content within the video that violated the policy.
The interview opens with Trump saying "I never admitted defeat," in response to "Water Cooler" host David Brody asking him about the accuracy of recent headlines claiming Trump admitted he lost the 2020 election.
Trump did not claim to have proof the election was stolen. "We have a lot of things happening right now ... all you have to do is read the newspapers and see what's coming out now," he said.
YouTube said the video included prohibited content that "advances false claims that widespread fraud, errors, or glitches changed the outcome of the U.S. 2020 presidential election."
Following the suspension, Greitens responded with the following tweet:
David Brody tweeted: ATTENTION: look at this. U.S. Senate Candidate @EricGreitens just got censored by @YouTube after coming on @RealAmVoice Water Cooler Show to discuss my interview with President Trump. LIBERAL Big Tech Censorship is a tangible threat to American Society!
Greitens currently leads big in the 2022 contest for Missouri's open US Senate seat according to President Trump's pollster. Greitens is the clear frontrunner and the only America First candidate in the race.