Pro-family leader Terry Schilling has received a number of violent threats against the backdrop of the Virginia election victory that his group – the American Principles Project – participated in to deliver a victory for Republican Glenn Youngkin. Schilling, 35, told The National Pulse exclusively that the threats from a phone number registered to a “Howard M. Wagner” in Midtown, Manhattan in New York came shortly after the celebrations over the Virginia victory. The American Principles Project was instrumental in the Virginia race, deploying a number of high-impact television advertisements focused on Democrat Terry McAuliffe’s attempts to hide the rape
Google-owned YouTube removed the account of a leading conservative pressure group on Monday, with The National Pulse learning that the zero-strike ban stemmed from the upload of three interviews from Stephen K. Bannon’s War Room podcast, also banned on the network. In an e-mail to the American Principles Project, which saw its archive of videos removed without warning, YouTube admitted to censoring the whole account because of three historic interview clips from Bannon’s podcast, which was banned in January after a censorship campaign by far-left activists. An e-mail from YouTube to the American Principles Project, seen by The National Pulse,
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