With all these decades and—in the case of the oldest democracies—centuries of broken political promises, you'd think that the public would have caught on to the game by now. But, if anything, recent events have revealed that people are becoming more addicted to this politician-peddled hopium even as the lies and broken promises become ever more ridiculous. . . .
It's been known by many since Israel-loving Beijing Biden was "elected" with more votes than any other president in history, that YouTube has been removing down-votes from White House videos. While it is transparently obvious that the vast majority of people, and even many on the left, strongly dislike the war-mongering demented pedophile, and have been expressing their sentiments in large numbers by down-voting each and every video the White House uploads, YouTube clearly wants the world to imagine otherwise.
I've seen screenshots of YouTube modifying dislikes of White House videos. I decided I would do a thorough analysis myself. I wrote a script to check video stats every 80 seconds for 24 hours – for all videos on White House's YouTube channel.
Zoe tells us that many other videos were simply removed (delisted) within minutes of being published.
Following are more examples of down-vote manipulation by YouTube.
Zoe uploaded some of the collected to Pastebin, including a data set that contains the number of dislikes that were removed from the videos, as well as the times at which they were removed. This data tells us that 130,000 dislikes were removed in just 24 hours.
The disgust people feel regarding ding-dong Biden is also apparent on the White House videos hosted at BitChute, a popular YouTube alternative. Unlike YouTube, there is far less censorship at BitChute and, we might assume, no manipulation of voting statistics. A BitChute user created the channel, TheWhiteHouse, which i assume is not an official White House channel, but which seems to mirror the White House videos posted at YouTube. If Zoe's statistics are accurate, we might expect to find a similar result regarding user sentiment for the White House videos on BitChute, minus the vote manipulation, and indeed we do.