German Court Fines YouTube | Bill O’Reilly Share Tweet Email By The FirstFri, Jul 16, 2021Length 6:54 Olympic athletes will be competing under a state of emergency in Tokyo, reports Bill O’Reilly. Plus, Germany is fining YouTube $118,000 for removing an anti-lockdown protest video. “That’s the solution to the censorship problem.” More Bill O'Reilly: No Spin News, Clips More Like This Tom Elliott: Twitter Suspending Conservative Media Wed, Oct 20, 2021 Dana talks with Founder and CEO of Grabien, Tom Elliott (@TomSElliott) on his Twitter suspension because of his sarcastic pushback on some of the crazy vaccine narrative. Proof Big Tech Censors Conservatives | Morgan Zegers Sat, Oct 16, 2021 A new study shows Big Tech censors Republicans 54 TIMES as much as Democrats, Morgan Zegers reports. Facebook ‘Whistleblower’ Testifies Tue, Oct 5, 2021 Dana talks about the Senate hearing with Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen. Texas Pushes Back Against Social Media Bans Wed, Sep 8, 2021 A new proposed bill out of Texas will hold social media companies accountable for banning users over politics. Chuck Devore, VP of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, joins to discuss how Texas is fighting back against censorship and tech giants ban on ‘wrongthink’. Big Tech Censors Rand Paul | Bill O’Reilly Wed, Aug 11, 2021 Big Tech strikes again! Rand Paul, a doctor and U.S. Senator, is being censored for his insight on masks. The silencing of Conservative voices Tue, Aug 10, 2021 Kash Patel joins Buck to discuss big tech’s suppression campaign against those speaking out on the government’s response to COVID-19.