Yesterday the DNC sent out a press release about the Clinton interview. Within that statement, it said this:
To view President Clinton’s appearance on Fox News Sunday, go to: http://releases.usnewswire.com/redir.asp?ReleaseID=73056&Link=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYm1TH23e9E
Now click that link and you will be taken to a YouTube page which says the following:
This video has been removed at the request of copyright owner Fox News Network, LLC because its content was used without permission
Hmm interesting. I did a quick search for the video and every hit that came up had the same message. After that I went to YouTube’s “Most Viewed (Today)” page. The first two videos?
So the titles that have more of a right wing slant and go after Clinton are allowed to remain on YouTube’s site, yet the clips that just called titled it as an interview or more favored Clinton are removed. It is also interesting that these videos, which still remain, were added yesterday (so it doesn’t mean someone just popped them up). I don’t blame YouTube for this, as I understand they have no way of knowing every video on their site. I do blame FOX news, who apparently searched through to find titles or postings of the videos they did not like and want it pulled, but ignored the titles that were critical of Clinton.
It is more obvious now that FOX does not like the reaction to the interview, so they will try and limit that reaction in whatever means they can.