Sacha Baron Cohen Continues To Urge Youtube CEO Susan Wojcicki To Remove All Donald Trump Contents
Borat 2 star Sacha Baron Cohen is continued to urge Youtube CEO Susan Wojcicki to remove all contents of Donald Trump from Youtube after the events of the US Capitol.
On Wednesday, Trump supporters carried out an attack on the US Capitol building in Washington to protest the result of the 2020 elections.
Trump’s provocative tweets and posts on social media were allegedly the main reason for the capture of the US Capitol building by Trump supporters.
Sacha Baron Cohen called on the CEOs of Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, and Google to suspend Donald Trump’s social media accounts. As a result, Trump was banned from all social media accounts except Youtube. But that doesn’t seem to be enough for Sacha Baron Cohen.
The 49-year-old actor took to Twitter and urged once again Youtube CEO to remove all contents of Donald Trump on this social media platform. The actor claimed that Trump’s lies were still posted on his Youtube channel and dispersed.
Here’s what Sacha Baron Cohen said:
“Virtually every social media company has removed Trump…EXCEPT YouTube.
Trump’s YouTube channel is STILL showing videos of his election lies to MILLIONS of people!
Retweet and tell @Google, @sundarpichai, @YouTube, @SusanWojcicki–do the right thing!”
A Twitter user commented and supported Donald Trump by leaving his thoughts about free speech:
“I don’t agree with either. Freedom of speech is in the Constitution. We all have a right to say what’s on our mind. If we don’t follow this for everyone, why do we the people have freedom? JS…”
Another user said:
“Do you like censorship? If you do your comedy might also be next.”
See the Twitter post below.
Virtually every social media company has removed Trump…EXCEPT YouTube.
Trump's YouTube channel is STILL showing videos of his election lies to MILLIONS of people!
Retweet and tell @Google, @sundarpichai, @YouTube, @SusanWojcicki–do the right thing! #BanTrumpSaveDemocracy pic.twitter.com/GHiUJqnTbw
— Sacha Baron Cohen (@SachaBaronCohen) January 11, 2021