YouTube Flags Tulsi Gabbard’s Criticism of “War Machine” as “Offensive” Content

( Not only are the Democrats afraid of moderate liberal Tulsi Gabbard destroying their Woke agenda, but it looks like YouTube is afraid of her too.

After the former Hawaii legislators appeared on Fox News to talk about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, YouTube flagged the video of the interview as “inappropriate.”

Gabbard, an active member of the United States Army Reserve, said that the war in Ukraine was a good thing for the military-industrial complex. She did not praise Russia, she did not endorse the war in Ukraine, and she did not say that the Ukrainians were wrong to fight off invaders. She simply noted that war is good for some bad actors – and she’s not wrong.

Fox anchor Laura Ingraham asked Gabbard what she thought about those who were continuing to call for a no-fly zone in Ukraine – a move that would require NATO or the U.S. to shoot down Russian planes that violated it – even though Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has already backed down on his efforts for Ukraine to join NATO.

Gabbard reminded viewers that Zelenskyy has already offered to negotiate directly with Putin on the matter, and said that it is “good for the military-industrial complex” to prolong the war and to “have this proxy war with Russian, something that Hillary Clinton laid out just recently.”

Gabbard said that the war machine and the power elite in Washington want to see Ukraine become another Afghanistan, where the country becomes killing fields and there is a long-term insurgency in the country. She said that the military-industrial complex wants to kill as many Russians as possible for an undetermined period of time, and that they’re “not taking action right now to end this conflict.”

It’s a good point, isn’t it? Why isn’t the West trying to force diplomatic discussions and pressure Putin to be more compromising…rather than just focusing on war?

The video was reuploaded to Tulsi Gabbard’s YouTube page, and slapped with a warning that reads, “THIS IS WHAT GOOGLE/YOUTUBE DOES NOT WANT YOU TO SEE.”