I'm new to this particular SE subsite, so maybe there's something I don't understand.
This question was edited by a different user in a way that fundamentally alterred its meaning. The asker of the question was interested about the answer to this question on an international level. An edit by the OP to further clarify this was rolled back to remove that added clarification.
I don't know the exact rules of this SE site, but other sites I participate in forbid edits which alter the meaning of a question. In this case, the OP is having their question changed against their will to restrict its scope from international to U.S. only and I don't see a good reason why. They link a YouTube video which makes a claim regarding the U.S.-- is this why? Are they really not allowed to ask internationally because the video they link only makes a claim about the U.S.? Seems silly to me.
Now the question is left in a state where it makes no mention of country, leaving it ambiguous. As a result, the (only positively voted) answer to the question only addresses it with regards to the U.S., which does not answer the OP's original question.