Biden Campaign Expresses Concern over YouTube’s Decision on Election Fraud Claims

The re-election campaign of US President Joe Biden expressed strong concern about YouTube’s decision to stop monitoring false claims about election fraud in the 2020 race. They criticised the decision as reckless and warned it could lead to violence.

The Biden campaign urged YouTube to reconsider this policy, stating it could contribute to democratic decay. YouTube had announced that it would no longer remove content that spread false claims about the 2020 presidential elections, citing the potential restriction of political speech as a reason.

The Biden campaign emphasised that despite this policy change, the fact remains that Biden won the election fairly, and social media platforms played a role in spreading misinformation during that time. Former President Donald Trump made baseless allegations of widespread fraud in the election, and his supporters attempted to contest the election outcome by storming the US Capitol on 6 January 2021.

Don Pedro Aganbi

Don Pedro Aganbi is a Nigerian Journalist, broadcaster, Filmmaker, brand and Public Relations Specialist and 1st prize winner, TV category, United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) & Africa Information Society Initiatives (AISI) Awards. He is also a recipient of the Global IT Champion Awards, courtesy of World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA).

He is the Founder/Managing Partner, TechTV Network and convener of the hugely popular Titans of Tech Awards, Pan African Digital Initiative Summit & Expo and the TechTV Digital Agenda Forum.

Don Pedro Aganbi is the producer and host of the popular international award winning TV show, TechTV.

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