You’d think that exposing Stolen Valor would be uncontroversial, right? Not when it exposes media darling activists doing their cultural heavy lifting.
If you were wondering what the Left’s plans to cram a cultural change down our throats would look like, per that article published by one of their own inner-circle:
One Navy seal — Don Shipley — was an early whistleblower on the claims that the Covington kids had ‘disrespected a Vietnam Vet’. And that was when the media were still uncritically accepting his (continually-changing) story.
In ClashDaily’s own piece on the topic, Shipley was, in fact, one of the several sources we cited:
Hey Media(D): Some Things Don’t Add Up With Your Little Drummer Provocateur’s Dubious ‘Vietnam Service’
“This time I was told/emailed I was banned from a video I had posted several years ago about a phony SEAL, but after several years I doubt that caused it,” he said. “If you ask me, it was because I outed Nathan Philips. That Indian who masqueraded as a Vietnam vet,” Shipley added. “THAT video got a lot of attention and a lot of big lawsuits pending from it.”
In one of his most recent videos, Shipley exposed “tribal elder” Phillips, who falsely accused the Covington Catholic High School kids of bullying him in Washington, D.C., last month.
Phillips had repeatedly made claims of being a “recon ranger” and a “Vietnam times veteran” who came home and was “spit on” and “called a baby killer,” even though his service record shows that he had zero deployments and never left the United States.
This critical piece of information — the evidence that he had never stepped foot out of the country while in uniform — helped implode their anti-Covington kid MAGA-Is-Evil narrative.
In some quarters, such infractions shall NOT be forgiven. Ever.
Is YouTube one of them?
It’s certainly plausible. YouTube IS owned by Google, after all:
LEAKED VIDEO: Google Co-Founder Calls Trump Voters ‘Fascists’ Vows To Thwart Trump
The reason given by YouTube for the termination of the account was “multiple or severe violations of YouTube’s policy prohibiting content designed to harass, bully or threaten.”
The liars, pretenders, and frauds he exposed undoubtedly felt threatened by the videos, but his 232,806 subscribers obviously felt otherwise.