YouTube to start “fact-checking” news videos using dishonest, deep state-controlled Wikipedia disinfo “encyclopedia”
The Google-owned YouTube platform is doing its part to help prop up the “deep state” by introducing a new “fact-checking” technology that it claims will steer viewers towards “real” news as opposed to “fake” news.
In conjunction with Google’s $300 million narrative-controlling “Google News Initiative,” YouTube has decided to apportion $25 million in grant money that it will give to “credible” news organizations looking to expand their video operations online.
Recognizing that ordinary people are currently free to publish any content on YouTube that they wish, including “conspiracy” videos that challenge mainstream news, YouTube hopes to crack down on this free flow of information by reinventing the way that video content appears in people’s YouTube accounts.
In the coming weeks, YouTube users will begin to notice special “information panels” popping up above videos that pertain to “developing stories.” Video content related to major false flag events like the Parkland shooting in Florida, for instance, will reportedly be accompanied by official, YouTube-approved messaging about what “really” happened.
YouTube also plans to move to the front of the line video content from “verified” accounts, so as to flood viewers with the official narrative on a given topic. Videos that challenge the official narrative will consequently be moved down the priority list, effectively hiding their “questionable” content from viewers.