UPDATE: Apple removes then restores ALL of Glenn Beck’s podcasts from iTunes

Does the big tech censorship ever stop?

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

Update: Glenn Beck posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, that Apple suddenly decided, without explanation, to restore his previously removed 3,000+ podcast episodes.

On Wednesday, The Blaze founder Glenn Beck revealed that Apple suddenly removed his podcasts from the tech giant’s platform.

Reading a message from Apple, Beck said, "We found an issue with your show, The Glenn Beck Program, which must be resolved before it’s available on Apple Podcast. Your show has been removed from Apple Podcast."

Beck said he received a link for more details, which only states that his show had been removed from the platform.

"Well, we got that one, dummy. I mean, I cannot imagine what they are basing this one on."

"This is absolutely freedom of speech. There’s nothing that we have said that would warrant any removal."

Beck said that"it’s probably just a glitch," but stressed that it’s "amazing how we have to have a whole bunch of people point out the glitch before the glitch is found and it’s put back."

Beck added that he was getting ready for rehearsal for the night’s podcast episode, and said the episode was "really important" and would be diving into the "real crime family."

This is a breaking story and will be updated.
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