Yes, I Still Have Videos On This Website
Some people are no longer able to view the videos that are posted on this website. This article explains why that is so, and what can be done to remedy the problem.
For years, I’ve uploaded my videos to YouTube and published them here. YouTube videos are viewable using almost any device, browser, or operating system. That’s why nearly everyone hosts their videos with YouTube.
But it seems as though in the near future, YouTube may suspend accounts that report on Qanon. I don’t know for certain if my account will be suspended. Maybe it won’t. But there seems to be a chance that it will. It would be irresponsible for me not to make contingency plans. I really have only two options. I can continue hosting my videos on YouTube and publishing them here and hope YouTube doesn’t suspend my account. That would make my videos easily viewable by everyone. But if YouTube does suspend my account, no one will be able to view videos on this website until I found a different host, upload more than 300 videos, and switched them out.
The other option is to find another video host, upload my videos to their server, and begin switching out my videos now.
Rather than waiting for my YouTube account to be suspended and having to scramble to find a new host, I’ve already found one, and I’ve begun switching out my videos.
Unfortunately, because the videos on this site are no longer hosted on YouTube, a small percentage of people cannot see them. That’s because their operating system, their browser settings, or their device does not support videos from my new hosting provider. (I’ve done a series of tests during the last couple of weeks, and less than 1 percent of the population cannot currently view my videos.)
The good news is, my videos can still be viewed in one of two ways.
If you can’t view videos on this website currently, try using a different web browser, or try changing your browser settings. Apparently, some people can’t view videos while browsing in privacy mode, but they can if privacy mode is turned off. If you’re using a phone or tablet, make sure your operating system is updated to the latest version. If that doesn’t resolve the problem, you might try using a different device. Lastly, my videos are still available on my YouTube channel despite the fact that YouTube is unsubscribing followers, not sending out notifications, and in some cases, displaying my channel as a blank page with no videos.
Some people deliberately choose to use certain browsers, certain devices, and certain operating systems. For some, it’s about cost; for others, it’s about function or privacy. I get it. But other YouTubers who post about Q may have their accounts suspended. If that happens, they’ll have to find another host, and their videos may not be available to people who use certain devices, browsers, or operating systems. Each channel that is suspended becomes a bigger inconvenience. At some point, you’ll have to decide if keeping your current viewing setup is a good tradeoff for being relegated to watching only those videos that are hosted on YouTube.
Lastly, for those who follow me on Twitter, I haven’t disappeared. I’m still tweeting, but Twitter has removed me from the search algorithm. That means you won’t find my account by searching for it until you enter my entire handle (@prayingmedic.) Many people have told me that I’ve been removed from their newsfeed. Twitter is still unfollowing hundreds of people a week from my account, so check to see if you’ve been unfollowed. If you want to view my tweets, you may have to bookmark my Twitter page and go there periodically.
I try to provide a service that is available to everyone, but some things are outside of my control. I apologize for the inconvenience. Thanks for your patience and understanding