Joy Villa celebrates ‘VICTORY’ over YouTube censorship with dedicated patriots who made it happen

“This is a big win for us!”

Singer and President Trump supporter, Joy Villa, shared great news with her fans and conservatives everywhere.

She announced that her official “Make America Great Again!” music video is back up on YouTube and is “no longer a blacklisted, banned, censored video.”

Villa declared victory and thanked the fans who actively supported her in the battle with YouTube when her video was taken down due to a complaint issue.

The singer, who made headlines in February when she rocked the red carpet at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in a gown displaying “Make America Great Again” and “Trump” in sparkly letters, released her video on the Fourth of July. But she ended up battling YouTube over it, receiving a warning letter to edit or remove the video in 48 hours because a complaint had been filed.

Villa took to Twitter and YouTube on Wednesday to let fans know the video-sharing site felt the backlash and responded to their pressure to allow the video back on.

“You guys, I love you so much. I am so grateful,” she told fans. “This is really great news. This is a win for conservatives and free speech everywhere.”

She told viewers that the 48-hour window had passed and YouTube informed her that her video would stay up.

“Because of you guys, because of what you did,  because of your support we have done it,” she said. “YouTube has backed down and I’m hoping they back down on many other artists.”

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Villa asked fans to thank YouTube for doing the right thing and to keep up the pressure on them to stop targeting conservatives. The 26 year-old singer had gotten out the word that she and other pro-Trump artists like singer Kaya Jones were facing forms of censorship on YouTube, noting the fluctuating numbers of views she and Jones were receiving on their videos.

Villa announced that her video was currently listed as number one in the rock category on Amazon and Jones’ song, “What the Heart Don’t Know,” was at number three on Amazon’s pop chart. She also shared that they had raised $1 million from their music sales to benefit victims of Hurricane Harvey.

“We’re doing it, We’re doing it well,” Villa told fans. “This is your success. My success is your success.”

And it seemed her fans were more than ready to enjoy the taste of victory.

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