But investigative journalist Ben Swann has now proven that alternative media sites have been laying out conspiracy facts, not theories about what's being done to them to silence their dissent.
In many instances, the social media sites weren't just censoring content they disliked. They went as far as taking down entire YouTube channels, such as Mike Adams' Health Ranger. They removed complete video and content libraries that often contained hundreds or thousands of programs all under the guise of "combating hate speech" and "fake news."
YouTube's purge is being done to any channel that questions the establishment's official narrative or offers another view on a scientific theory. Often called "conspiracy theorists" or "pseudoscientists" as a means of shutting down the ideas, these tech giants are actually doing nothing more than proving those they censor correct. -SHTFPlan