The primary motive here really appears to be an attempt to censor large online personalities that the election-meddlers believe helped Trump get elected. This will continue to spread, and it won't be only pro-Trump individuals, but anyone else whose opinions are declared "hate speech."
On YouTube they banned David Duke, American Renaissance, and even Stefan Molyneux. Molyneux had over 1 million subscribers and claimed to have the "Largest philosophy show in the world." Well, he had the largest YouTube account that labeled itself a "Philosophy" show. Curiously, a few days ago Stefan put up a YouTube post claiming that he was going to have an interview with Andrew Mathis. I commented about it, but the post is obviously gone now. I am not surprised that David Duke and Amren were removed (it was just a matter of time) but with Stefan, it's just shocking. I don't even think anyone has been able to point to any specific videos that were "hate speech" to justify the ban.
"YouTube and Reddit Put Their Foot Down, Ban Far-Right Content
...The video platform banned six accounts in total for hate speech on June 29... YouTube claims to have banned over 25,000 accounts for hate speech... Reddit also banned over 2,000 far-right and white-supremacist subreddits after implementing a hate speech policy on June 29..."
YouTube's CEO is Jewish. I am not sure about Reddit, but one of the co-founders was Jewish and another recently stepped down, demanding to be replaced by someone Black. Like Twitter, I am sure that they allow the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to define "Hate speech" for them.
The ADL, a hate group led by racist Jews, is currently leading a censorship campaign against Facebook and other big tech companies; it very likely played the decisive role in these coordinated bannings. In this "Stop hate for profit" campaign, the ADL is demanding that Facebook (owned by Jew Mark Zuckerberg) censor anyone deemed "racist" by the ADL. The ADL has been whining to Zuckerberg to ban all "Holocaust denial" (as was done on YouTube, Reddit's AskHistorians subreddit, and elsewhere) but Zuckerberg has refused, to his credit. I'm not quite sure if that will last much longer though...
25 June 2020:
"Anti-Defamation League sends letter to advertisers, urging them to boycott Facebook" http://archive.is/vcoAk
The 3-page letter: http://web.archive.org/web/202006302241 ... letter.pdf
Haaretz (25 June 2020):
"Ben & Jerry’s Joins ADL-led Campaign to Boycott Facebook Advertising. The campaign, which was announced last week, is being spearheaded by the Anti-Defamation League, NAACP and several other civil rights groups. http://archive.is/5slQr
Nick Statt (27 June 2020):
"Coca-Cola joins Facebook boycott with a pause on all social media advertising starting July 1st
Honda and Hershey also part of the growing backlash against Facebook and other platforms
The move is part of a broader boycott of Facebook and Instagram organized by the Anti-Defamation League, the NAACP, and other organizations called the “Stop Hate For Profit” campaign. Coca-Cola is going one step further than some of those companies and banning all ads globally on social media platforms, not just Facebook and Instagram. That would suggest the boycott will hit Twitter, YouTube, and other platforms as well." http://archive.is/l0QRy
NPR (29 June 2020):
"Facebook Boycott Grows: Ford Joins Coca-Cola, Starbucks And Other Brands... Another major brand, Pepsi, is reportedly weighing a similar move, following Starbucks, Coca-Cola, Unilever and dozens of other brands shifting their ad dollars away from Facebook. The brands said they are standing up against hate speech." http://archive.is/iffz1