YouTube protects child sex trafficking, pedophiles and groomers by BANNING interviews and videos about “Sound of Freedom” film
By Ethan Huff // Jul 23, 2023

It has come to our attention that the Google-owned YouTube video platform is not allowing anyone to post any kind of content about the new "Sound of Freedom" child trafficking film.

According to YouTube, discussing the movie means "violating community guidelines," which apparently means that YouTube supports child sex trafficking and does not want any of its users questioning that stance.

A two-and-a-half-minute preview of the film featuring star Jim Caviezel was reportedly pulled from YouTube for violating the platform's community guidelines. This was confirmed by former Navy SEAL and CIA contractor Shawn Ryan who posted screenshots from the backend of his YouTube account – see below:

YouTube further declared the content entitled "Actor Jim Caviezel Unveils Dark Truths Behind The Trafficking Of Children" to be "ineligible" for monetization, meaning YouTube is punishing said video by disallowing the channel that posted it to make any money from it.

(Related: Learn more about how Operation Underground Railroad, the organization depicted in "Sound of Freedom," rescues children from human sex trafficking.)

Anyone on YouTube who mentions "Sound of Freedom" in a positive light faces punishment, demonetization

It turns out that Ryan is not the only person being punished by YouTube for trying to speak about the "Sound of Freedom." Many other accounts that uploaded content mentioning the film are reporting similar treatment from the Google-owned video platform.

Commentator Luke Rudkowski, for instance, received a strike against his account for posting a review of the film. Rudkowski is also blocked from uploading any further content until YouTube decides to let him out of the dog house.

"Luke was bullying pedophiles again so youtube gave him a strike," tweeted Tim Pool, host and CEO of Timcast IRL.

Rudkowski's video, by the way, is still available for viewing at

Rudkowski tried to petition YouTube to allow his video to return, only to have the platform double down on its position against him. He is now considering uploading exclusively to Twitter and, and forgetting YouTube altogether.

Tim Ballard, the real-life former government agent who "Sound of Freedom" is based on has spoken out in several recent media appearances about how the media at large is "running interference for pedophiles and human traffickers." It seems YouTube is part of that pro-pedophilia cabal.

"Why would you want to lie to push an agenda whose goal is to have children be in captivity?" Ballard wants to know. "It's kind of sick."

In case you have not yet seen the film, be sure to check out the official trailer below:

"The entire leftist-run consortium of content-sharing websites, including social media, has started a war on a movie that aims to do the most mentally healthy and civilized thing probably ever, and that is to raise awareness against pedophilia and child sex trafficking," one commenter wrote, astounded at YouTube's treatment of users who promote the film.

"It's time to ask the real questions: who are those behind this war? We should hunt them down as they are jumping out of their hiding."

Another speculated that perhaps pedophiles are in charge of YouTube and Google, hence why these tech giants are showing such animosity towards promoters of "Sound of Freedom."

YouTube, Google, and the rest of Big Tech is aiding and abetting child sex trafficking. Learn more at

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