Fox News | PragerU takes aim at YouTube, sends truck to blast ‘censored’ videos outside company’s HQ

An LED-covered video truck is driving around Silicon Valley Thursday blasting out PragerU videos that the organization says have been restricted by YouTube.

Founded by radio host Dennis Prager, the conservative nonprofit produces short videos that promote concepts such as limited government and free markets.

The truck’s route included a stop outside YouTube’s HQ in San Bruno, California. The publicity stunt comes ahead of the opening arguments in PragerU’s California state lawsuit, which alleges that Google‘s YouTube subsidiary has “unfairly censored” PragerU videos because of their conservative content.

“The truck’s screens will play the PragerU videos that YouTube restricts to bring awareness to Friday’s opening arguments in its California state lawsuit against Google/YouTube,” the organization said, in a statement. “The truck will begin at UC Berkeley and will wind through the Bay area, making stops at Big Tech company headquarters on the way to its final destination, the Superior Court of California in Santa Clara.”