Saturday, December 10, 2016

I Have Been Banned From YouTube for months over this Video of Rick Scott and US Sugar. By Geniusofdespair


I made this video for Gimleteye of a very suspicious small portion of a clemency hearing -- fair use to be sure. The complaint went to YouTube. They took down the video and won't let me view other videos until it is resolved. I have been trying to resolve it for almost a year. Watch the damn video, look at the face of the attorney, she wasn't allowed to elaborate on the charages or anything. Swept under the rug I think and I am being silenced.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow. Its one thing to sense this type of corruption, but to see it in action is stomach turning. Is this video not considered public record? Government in the Shade.

Anonymous said...

WOW!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

This isn't just corruption. These are tactics used by fascists like Scott and his cohorts. Expect more under Herr Twittler (the orange Nazi).

Anonymous said...

What are you complaining about. You ban people all the time too.

Geniusofdespair said...

Dunce how can I ban you if you are posting anonymously? I remove those not following our comment rules but they are back the next day. For example ... you. Why do you keep coming back?

JollyMonSouth said...

Especially interesting since there are scores of convicted felons who have served their time and cannot even get a clemency board hearing to restore their voting rights etc.

ZWoman said...

The corruption of the reptilian governor is astounding. No wonder his was licking orange nazi butt all through the primary. Floriduh! is so screwed.

Anonymous said...

Please!!!!!! Stay on top of these corrupt people who are supposed to be representing us!!!Let's see if we can get the people in Floriduh (congresspeople and voters alike) to start doing things that will actually help the environment on a non-partisan level! We can start by thinking of who can we elect to replace this governor. He is the worst!!!

outofsight said...

Stupid man.

Anonymous said...

I have looked diligently. CEO Sugar's crime is nowhere to be found. BUT his clemency petition is public record. Any luck getting a case number and state so we can run this down?