Former President Donald Trump made it clear that he is not getting out of the political public eye throughout his speech on Sunday at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Florida.

Following his speech, there have actually been online complaints that it is being censored on YouTube.

The Claim

Conservative activist Jack Posobiec took to Twitter on Thursday evening and wrote: “BREAKING: YouTube has banned all copies of Trump’s CPAC speech and suspended RSBN,” in a tweet that received almost 6,000 likes and 3,000 retweets.

Alex Salvi, a correspondent for One America News Network, tweeted Thursday evening: “NEW: YouTube gets rid of and prohibits copies of Pres. Trump’s speech at CPAC,” and gathered more than 2,000 likes and 1,000 retweets.

NEW: YouTube removes and bans copies of Pres. Trump’s speech at CPAC.

— Alex Salvi (@alexsalvinews) March 5, 2021

Fox News‘ YouTube Channel, NewsNOW from Fox, published an hour and a half video of Trump’s full CPAC speech on Sunday that is accessible online.

When one Twitter user posted “Donald Trumps CPAC speech was prohibited from YouTube today … what a joke.

Other news networks, such as Politico and NBC‘s TODAY, shared YouTube emphasize videos of the speech.

Claims that all copies of the speech were prohibited circulated online after conservative media group Right Side Broadcasting Network(RSBN) tweeted on Thursday:

” NEW: RSBN has actually been suspended from YouTube for 2 weeks since of the Trump #CPAC2021 speech, which broke their standards on election misinformation.

NEW: RSBN has actually been suspended from YouTube for two weeks due to the fact that of the Trump #CPAC2021 speech, which breached their guidelines on election false information.

According to YouTube, RSBN’s video declared extensive scams affected the 2020 election.

RSBN’s account was suspended in accordance with YouTube’s three strikes system, according to Choi.

Videos of Trump’s full 2021 speech at CPAC that do not violate YouTube’s policies are available to be seen on the platform.

President Donald Trump speaks at 2021 CPAC
Previous President Donald Trump speaks at CPAC 2021 in Orlando, Florida.
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