Big tech is covering up for the disaster that is the Biden administration.
Singer John Ondrasik uploaded a music video to YouTube exposing the consequences of Biden’s Afghanistan withdrawal.
He included images and videos showing the persecution that is ongoing in Afghanistan.
YouTube citing their “graphic content policy” removed the video.
Singer John Ondrasik is the latest victim of Big Tech’s censorial purge.
Ondrasik, best known by his musical pseudonym Five for Fighting, blasted the Biden administration late last year for its calamitous Afghanistan withdrawal.
He included the graphic material to make a point.
“To not show said Taliban atrocities in any artistic statement on Afghanistan would be a gross injustice to the victims and enable the Taliban’s ongoing persecution of 40 million Afghan citizens,” he said in that social media statement.
Five days later, the clip was gone.
YouTube claimed the video violated the platform’s “graphic content policy,” Ondrasik shared via Twitter.
You can view the video still on Twitter:
Abandoned to Taliban
Afghan Brothers in Arms 200K
Women Rights Decimation 20M
Children sold for food
Accountability – 0
— John Ondrasik (@johnondrasik) January 3, 2022
Despite promising to stay until everyone was out, the Biden administration stranded thousands of Americans in Afghanistan.
This included American families.
The Biden administration’s bungled withdrawal also led to 13 US service members being killed.
During the service members’ dignified transfer, Biden checked his watch at least five times showing how little he cared.