We now have evidence of shadow-ban suppression of petition signatures at change.org asking Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin to grant an absolute pardon on Brian David Hill for being innocent of his 2018 state criminal charge lodged under strange/mysterious circumstances and cover ups. From cover up of the Dr. Brant Hinchman ordered laboratory tests being “deleted from the chart”, to the cover up of the police body-camera footage, and Brian saying he may have been drugged and having some of his memories blacked out. Anyways, change.org has suppressed the true number of signatures and have slowed down showing the petition to others. The number of signatures is reportedly at 65 signatures but yet it says only 34 have signed and will not go above 50 signatures to the next goal. This is a form of shadow-banning instead of outright just censoring a petition or censoring a YouTube video. Shadow-banning is a form of censorship where a content online is being artificially suppressed in view counts or even how it is shown to other users on a social media website or network. That way the platform can argue that the content isn’t being censored, it is just being artificially suppressed without people knowing about it. It is censorship without the appearance of censorship. The content is not taken down but is simply being suppressed in ways behind-the-scenes. Suppressed like saying the petition content is being featured along with other petitions when it is not in reality. When view counts are manipulated to make popular content seem not as popular in order to make is almost invisible or hard to find in the algorithms.