YouTube removed some video content posted on the account of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) from its platform because it was in violation of its “election integrity policy,” a spokesperson told The Washington Examiner on Thursday.

We removed content from the CPAC channel for violating our election integrity policy, YouTube Policy Communications Manager Ivy Choi told the Examiner.

She continued: Our policies apply to everyone, regardless of the uploaders political views, and while we do allow content that provides additional context such as countervailing views, the content we removed from this channel was footage that did not provide sufficient context.


Rep. Andy BiggsAndy BiggsYouTube removes CPAC content for violating ‘election integrity policy’Corporations seek to rebuild bridges with GOP objectors ahead of midterms’Stop the Steal’ organizer testified to House panel about contact with GOP reps in lead-up to Jan. 6MORE (R-Ariz.) said in a Twitter post on Thursday that YouTube had removed all the video footage from two days of the four-day conference, which occurred from Feb. 24-27. He said that the removed content included speeches made by former President Donald TrumpDonald TrumpDefense & National Security Biden huddles with allies in EuropeGinni Thomas sent Mark Meadows texts urging efforts to overturn election: reportThe Defense Production Act won’t bring us supply-chain securityMORE and multiple GOP senators and House members, among others.

“The only notice we got from YouTube was that our videos were ‘flagged’ for ‘misinformation,'” Biggs added in another post. “No additional details were provided. We appealed and recently learned that all of our appeals have been ‘rejected.'”

American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp told the Examiner that the organization noticed that the content had been taken down a few days earlier. After opposing the removal of Trump’s speech, “it was over the course of days that we realized so much more of the content had been taken down, he said.

“The policies that would be most destructive of their companies I think were for those, Schlapp added.

Rep. Lauren BoebertLauren BoebertHere are the eight Republicans who voted against ending normal trade relations with Russia16 House Republicans vote against bill to promote education on internment campsFive things to watch for during Zelensky’s address to CongressMORE (R-Colo.) tweeted that her speech at the event was among the content that YouTube removed.

“Youtube’s censorship has become COMPLETELY out of hand,” she said. “Two entire days of CPAC were just ripped off the website – including my speech.”

The Hill has reached out to the American Conservative Union and YouTube for comment.