Their YourTube Video Got 5 Millon Views, Why It Was DELETED Will Make You See Red…


On Wednesday, YouTube prank squad Nelk Boys’ podcast released a recent interview with President Donald Trump. However, after the video gained more than 5 million views a day it was published, YouTube has removed it from the platform.

In a statement, Trump slammed the social media company after the removal of the said video, “What happened to free speech in our Country?”

He added, “Incredibly, but not surprisingly, the Big Tech lunatics have taken down my interview with the very popular NELK Boys so that nobody can watch it or in any way listen to it.”

According to the Yahoo News:

The Nelk Boys are a group of YouTubers known for provocative prank and party videos peppered with crude, bro-culture jokes. Their main channel, which launched in 2010, has over 7 million subscribers and 1.15 billion views. The group has also expanded into additional channels, hard seltzer and merchandise, which their company claims makes them tens of millions of dollars in revenue each year.

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“Full Send” is hosted by Bob Menery, Kyle Foregeard, Jesse Sebastiani, Salim Sirur, and Steve Deleonardis, as well as several other members of their larger prank group, “The Nelk Boys.”

In a Twitter post, the group confirmed that their highest viewed episode was removed for “violating YouTube’s terms of service”

YouTube states that the episode was pulled due to Trump’s claim that the 2020 US Presidential election was stolen and his questioning the legitimacy of the election.

The notification they received from YouTube reads, “Our team has reviewed your content, and unfortunately, we think it violates our misinformation policy. We’ve removed the following content from YouTube: Video: Donald Trump on WW3, Talking to Putin and Joe Rogan! | FULL SEND PODCAST.”

It then explained that “content that advances false claims that widespread fraud, errors, or glitches changed the outcome of the U.S. 2020 presidential election is not allowed on YouTube.”

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Sources: The Gateway Pundit, Yahoo Money, Bounding Into Comics, Newsweek, Daily Wire, Rolling Store