YouTube de-platforms Navy SEAL who compiles “Stolen Valor” video archive, for exposing Nathan Phillips

(Natural News) Yet another brave truth-teller has been removed and blacklisted from social media simply for exposing deep state lies that aim to create more division and racial animosity throughout American society.

Retired Navy SEAL Don Shipley reportedly had his longstanding YouTube channel de-platformed after the people who run the Google-owned video page apparently became triggered over content he posted exposing fake Vietnam “veteran” Nathan Phillips.

The man behind the “Stolen Valor” video archive, which exposes dishonorable pretenders who fraudulently claim military honors that they didn’t actually earn, Shipley has dedicated his life to exposing charlatans like Phillips who embellish and lie about their past military service for political or other gain.

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In this case, Shipley offered his more than 232,000 subscribers a closer look at the true identity of Phillips, the infamous Native American “elder” who instigated a fight with the Covington Catholic High School boys in front of the Lincoln Memorial back in January.

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During a recent interview with PJ Media, Shipley explained that his channel was removed almost immediately after he had “outed Nathan Phillips,” whom he describes as having “masqueraded as a Vietnam vet.”

According to Shipley, he’s repeatedly been targeted by YouTube for blowing the lid on stolen valor fakers like Phillips. But this is obviously the first time that his entire channel was taken down simply for stating the facts about this phony Vietnam vet that the fake news media refused to report.

“I have been in YouTube Prison before when phony SEALs would cry to them about being posted,” Shipley told PJ Media, explaining that in one instance his video-posting privileges were restricted for six months.

“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 added. “If you ask me, it was because I outed Nathan Philips. That Indian who masqueraded as a Vietnam vet. THAT video got a lot of attention and a lot of big lawsuits pending from it.”

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Rampant YouTube censorship is why THOUSANDS are migrating to Brighteon instead

One of the false claims that Phillips made about himself that Shipley exposed in his video concerned Phillips’ alleged status as a “recon ranger,” which turned out to be false. Phillips also claims he was “spit on” and “called a baby killer” during “Vietnam times” – even though records reveal that Phillips was never actually deployed to Vietnam, nor did he ever leave the United States.

YouTube should be grateful that users like Shipley are doing the dirty investigatory work that fake, mainstream “journalists” aren’t doing. But instead, the platform is removing users like Shipley left and right, which is why many of them are now migrating to the Brighteon platform, which values and champions freedom of speech.

“Ultimately there should be no central authority; there should be no server; there should be no central location that can block your speech,” says Mike Adams, the Health Ranger and creator of the Brighteon platform, about what a true and honest video platform looks like.

“The only reason I even built this was because we had to because we’re all being censored off Facebook and YouTube and elsewhere,” Adams explains. “But, ultimately, I would like to see a world in which Brighteon.com in its current rendition, as a centrally server-hosted platform, literally becomes obsolete because it is a decentralized system.”

To learn more about how Brighteon works, and to sign up to upload your own videos there without having to worry about Big Tech censorship, be sure to visit Brighteon.com.

Sources include:

PJMedia.com

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