Stillreport: Good morning, I’m Still reporting on ¬¬Trump. This just in. In what could represent a tidal shift in the politics of the social media giants – perhaps better put, a great awakening – YouTube is allowing President Donald Trump’s channel to post new content back on their platform. Of course, that raises hopes that The Still Report will soon be allowed back on YouTube as well. The announcement of Trump’s return was made today, just days after the release of Christian singer, Natasha Owens’ hit song, “Trump Won And You Know It” which in less than a week, blasted its way to the top of the music charts. Unlike The Still Report, Trump’s channel was not scrubbed from YouTube, it was only prevented from making new posts. According to Leslie Miller, vice president of YouTube Public Policy in a statement today: “We carefully evaluated the continued risk of real-world violence, balancing that with the importance of preserving the opportunity for voters to hear equally from major national candidates in the run up to an election. “This channel will continue to be subject to our policies, just like any other channel on YouTube.” According to “The Hill” “Unlike other platforms, such as Twitter and Facebook, which removed Trump’s accounts after a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol, citing concerns about incitement of violence, YouTube left the channel up but restricted it from uploading new content.” After Elon Musk bought Twitter, that platform restored Trump’s account in November. Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, restored his accounts in February.