Meet Google's Mr. Deep State & (Alleged) Clinton Campaign Architect!

Google’s current chairman, Eric Schmidt, is reportedly worth more than $10 billion (that’s US ten thousand million dollars) and has $20 million+ homes littered throughout the land - so it is possible, although not probable - that independent content creators on YouTube like David Pakman can understand the recent need to demonetize many of his videos. According to The New York Times, Pakman’s ad revenue on YouTube (which Schmidt’s Google owns) has recently dipped to as low as 6 cents per day - despite operation costs of at least $20,000 per month.

If Google’s YouTube is going to arbitrarily begin morally policing its waters by selectively demonetizing (and, in some cases, allegedly “growth throttling”) its independent voices - the voices whom many YouTube users visit the platform for, not re-uploads of traditional mainstream content, not Buzzfeed videos - then it is imperative for the public to, in turn, demand total moral scrupulousness of Google’s top public officials.

 Google chairman Eric Schmidt

Google chairman Eric Schmidt

Watch today's video about Eric Schmidt's public persona and his known globalist ties: