When David Ray Griffin first released The New Pearl Harbor in 2004, it was the premiere book to ask, as its subtitle states, “disturbing questions about the Bush administration and 9/11.” It was groundbreaking in its incident-by-incident debunking of the mainstream media’s myth of a surprise terrorist attack. In 2008, Griffin updated the work as The New Pearl Harbor Revisited: 9/11, the Cover-Up, and the Expose. He has since followed with other works illustrating how 9/11 was a false flag that led to a perpetual war state. Griffin has just released Bush and Cheney: How They Ruined America and the World. In Bush and Cheney, Griffin assesses the global crises that have sparked a permanent “war on terror.” He discusses events in Afghanistan, Iraq Libya, Syria, refugees, assaults on the U.S. constitution, and even the formation of ISIS. Griffin continues to be the most popular 9/11 writer as this generation of content producers more often than not turns to YouTube video creation as their chosen means of dissemination. But what happens when YouTube falls or begins censoring?