You’re really going to want to check out this new website.
81m.org is a website that tracks all of the official White House’s YouTube channel likes and dislikes.
Why do they track all of the dislikes and the likes of the White House’s YouTube channel?
Well, the truth is YouTube has hidden some dislikes on the White House channel because they have an embarrassing dislike to like ratio.
Here’s a look at a current White House video on Youtube:
It shows that the video has 1.6k dislikes.
Now let’s look at the real data on 81m.org and see all of the dislikes hidden by YouTube:
On 81m.org it shows that the video has actually 4,106 dislikes and counting….
YouTube is definitely crossing the line and hiding the real approval rating of Biden.
Just look at that ratio, 200 likes, and over 4,000 dislikes!
Now I know why the site is called 81m.org, they are making a complete mockery out of the idea that Biden received 81 million votes!
The Epoch Times covered the mysterious removal of the dislikes on the White House’s YouTube channel and had this to share:
YouTube has deleted about 2.5 million ‘dislikes’ from videos on the official White House channel of President Joe Biden, according to data collected and posted online by a researcher who wished to remain anonymous. YouTube recently announced that it’s testing a new page design that hides the dislike count.
The Google-owned video platform allows users to give videos either a thumb up (like) or thumb down (dislike). For at least two years, it’s had a policy to remove likes and dislikes it considers spam.
“We have policies and systems in place to ensure that the engagement on YouTube is authentic, and remove any fraudulent metrics,” a YouTube spokesperson told The Epoch Times via email, but when asked, wouldn’t go into details on what criteria it uses to make these calls.
The White House videos have seen these kinds of interventions on an ongoing basis, but it appears it’s only the dislikes that are disappearing.
YouTube Deleted 2.5 Million ‘Dislikes’ From Biden White House Videos, Data Indicates. https://t.co/DNQs3e7nVq
— Mohandas Pai (@TVMohandasPai) April 3, 2021
Imagine being so disliked that you have to urge a Big Tech company to hide how many people dislike you.
Pretty pathetic, wouldn’t you say?