In the video's description, he listed LIS links to the text for each bill. As of 1 a.m. Sunday morning, YouTube was blocking the links with the following warning:
Does the State of Virginia know that YouTube suspects their site of "malware, phishing attempts, or disturbing content?" The anti-gun bills are certainly disturbing, but probably not in the way that YouTube intended to convey.
What we are witnessing is an attack by the media on the citizens of Virginia. Media oligarchs don't want you to see the laws that politicians are about to pass. We can ask, "Why bother having sunshine laws, when the oligarchy will attempt to block the sunshine?" Remember, the virulent left has a strategy. As Nancy Pelosi said, "…we have to pass the bill so that you can, ah, find out what is in it…"
On Friday, the Virginia legislature voted to ban firearms in the Capitol building and in the legislative offices of the Pocahontas building. In a case of guns for us but not for thee, Sen. Amanda Chase (R-11th) has worn a gun on the Senate floor, but suddenly the majority of Democrat lawmakers are worried about their safety if law abiding Virginia citizens are allowed into the building with holstered firearms, as they have been allowed in the past.