Last Updated on July 16, 2023
YouTube has removed the American flag from its list of live chat emojis but has left the gay and trans pride flags in place, even offering those flags to users in place of the American flag.
Independent journalist and “Matta of Fact” show host Ryan Matta reported on the striking of the American flag from YouTube in a tweet, attaching a screenshot showing that only the rainbow gay pride flag and the blue-on-pink-on-white trans flag remain.
“@YouTube has removed the American Flag from the list of emojis in the live chat,” Matta wrote in the tweet.
“The only flags you can use in a live stream are the Pride & Pedo flags. If you do not think @YouTube is an enemy of the American people. You are still sleep.”
In addition to the tweet from Ryan Matta, National File has independently verified that the American flag, and seemingly all other national flags, have been removed from YouTube’s emoji menu.
But the American flag hasn’t just been removed from the platform, it’s been REPLACED by the gay and trans pride flags.
When the term “American flag” is typed into the emoji search bar, the gay and trans pride flags appear next to a pirate flag, and several generic options, with the American flag emoji nowhere in sight.
It would appear that YouTube is offering users the gay and trans pride flags IN PLACE OF THE AMERICAN FLAG.
The removal of the American flag from YouTube is just the latest chapter in the deterioration of the video-sharing giant.
YouTube has been notorious for years for censoring pro-American, pro-Western, and conservative viewpoints and is alleged to have colluded directly with Big Pharma, the World Health Organization, and elements of the US government to suppress content exposing the deadly danger of COVID jabs.
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