BOOM! New Website Proves YouTube Deletes Dislikes from Biden Videos

A relatively new website is pulling back the curtain on the Biden administration's social media machinations. The site,, shows the real statistics regarding the official White House YouTube account.

After hibernating while President Trump hit the campaign trail, Sleepy Joe somehow managed to collect 81 million votes. As a major audit of 2020 election results is slated to wrap up and 20 other states show interest in a similar investigation, many Americans wonder who actually voted for the current occupants of the White House.

A look at's analysis of the presidential YouTube account reveals that this administration manipulates its stats to prevent the public from seeing just how unpopular these people are.

A video from January 21st, 2021, titled "Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki," was given the thumbs-down 10,000 times at one point. Screenshots show that nearly 7,000 of those dislikes had disappeared just four hours later.


The site is a valuable resource that shows widespread White House video data manipulation. In fact, it's claimed that EVERY official Biden administration video's stats were altered, leading us to wonder why it's necessary since Joe Biden is so popular among voters.

It's become clear that they just don't care anymore. They know we see stuff like that. You could show them proof of it and they would just deny it to your face and pretend like it's true.

I've never seen a more delusional bunch of people than I have with the left.

It's truly unbelievable how close we are to having mass censorship by the state and we don't even realize it. It's incremental steps that is taking us there and people standing by doing nothing about it.

I'll admit that it's difficult to know exactly what to do about situations like this, but I do believe we've turned a corner after this past election. I think that there are a lot of people who realize just how much we're being targeted and silenced and that there are some good people who are stepping up to do something about it. That's why we're seeing new social media platforms such as Gab, MeWe, Parler, and even Rumble to be a replacement for YouTube. If we put our support behind these companies we can take down big tech and protect our freedoms.

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