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It comes after Donald Trump was permanently banned from Twitter and suspended from other platforms.
“Due to the presence of hateful comments, we disabled comments on the livestream of today’s House Judiciary Committee hearing,” a YouTube spokesperson told VICE News.
Meanwhile, employees at parent company Facebook have been discussing whether the conspiracy theorist is a “hate figure.”
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