Former Trump White House senior adviser turned right-wing radio host Sebastian Gorka was permanently booted off of YouTube over the weekend after receiving his third strike on the platform in 90 days for touting unhinged election conspiracy theories.
Gorka’s channel was suspended for misleading users on the platform by pushing the baseless claim that the 2020 election was plagued with widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election.
Salon found the infamous Trump flack, formerly accused of wearing Hungarian pro-Nazi regalia, was pushing voter fraud claims as recently as last week in a video entitled: “Can We Stop the Next Steal?”
Read the full article. Gorka was first suspended by YouTube in 2019 for repeatedly playing copyrighted music by the pro-LGBT band Imagine Dragons.
YouTube doesn’t want you to see my Exclusive interview with President Trump today on what happens in the election.
So we put it on @rumblevideo.
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— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) April 14, 2021