Christian boomer news channel used to be on jewtube but got shoah'd back in Feb.
>The channel was apparently removed for violating the site’s terms against hate speech. YouTube previously issued temporary bans against the channel.
>TruNews’s founder, Florida pastor Rick Wiles, is known for his anti-Semitic conspiracy theories. He heads the Flowing Springs Church in Vero Springs, Florida.
>The outlet still broadcasts its video programs and podcasts on its website, and maintains accounts on Twitter and Facebook, where it has over 100,000 followers.
>In a video posted to the TruNews YouTube channel in November 2019, Wiles said that the Trump impeachment was “Jew coup,” and said that Jews will “kill millions of Christians” after they overthrow US President Donald Trump. YouTube had removed that video before banning the channel entirely.
>“That’s the way the Jews work,” Wiles said. “They are deceivers. They plot, they lie, they do whatever they have to do to accomplish their political agenda. This impeach Trump movement is a Jew coup.”
>At the time, TruNews had over 185,000 subscribers on YouTube and its videos had garnered some 17 million views.
>On February 14 the program claimed that “Zionists” were plotting to make all of humanity androgynous by promoting transgender rights.