In case you missed it, Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai has vanished. Or, rather, she’s been vanished:

From the Washington Examiner:

In a detailed social media post on Nov. 2, Peng Shuai , a 20-year fixture on the Women’s Tennis Association tour and former top-ranked doubles player, leveled an accusation of sexual assault against a man with whom she had a decadelong affair. Within 30 minutes, the post was gone, and Peng hasn’t made a public statement since.

Peng’s disappearance doesn’t seem to have registered with the NBA (Enes Kanter’s the only player with balls, so to speak), but the tennis world is another story. Many tennis stars are using their platforms to raise awareness of Peng’s disappearance as well as of the CCP’s cruelty:

Compare that refusal to cower in the face of the Chinese government with the abject spinelessness on display by YouTube:

Evidently YouTube has a major problem with Saagar Enjeti and Krystal Ball discussing Peng’s disappearance on a platform where the ChiComs could find out and get very offended:

This is craven. Pathetic. Shameful. Disgusting.

What does YouTube stand for if they’re completely bent over for the CCP?

Because YouTube thinks they’ll be safe under the CCP’s thumb.

Is YouTube even capable of standing up to China at this point? It doesn’t seem that way.

Better make it a million, just to be sure.

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