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YouTube Silences Doctors Who Question Stay-at-Home Orders

At this point in history when supposedly American tech companies are censoring and silencing the voices of people who vote Republican, it is very important that people understand the connection between these companies and the Chinese government.

To the sensible, it is enough to see that the behavior of companies like Google, Facebook, and YouTube is in line with the aims of the communist Chinese government. In the early days of the Coronavirus outbreak, China was disappearing Chinese doctors who were reporting facts about the virus that could make the Chinese government look bad. Now, YouTube and other tech companies are doing essentially the same thing.

Two doctors who have been working on the front lines, fighting this disease every day, have made a video in which they say that the lock-down and quarantine measures are not effective. The video went viral, earning more than 5 million views before YouTube removed it. 

Hundreds of YouTube account holders put up altered versions of the video. The purpose of these altered versions is to avoid triggering the algorithm. Some repostings were flipped versions of the video, meaning they appear as if the video was being watched in a mirror. Others have used audio only, while many others used even more sophisticated means to try and avoid deletion. YouTube has managed to take down every single re-upload of the video.

What this means is that YouTube staff are manually looking through every video they suspect might be a copy of the one made by these two doctors. In short, YouTube is deploying all of its manpower and technical prowess to obfuscate arguments against the lock-down.

“California residents have only a 0.03 chance of dying from COVID,” the doctors say in the video. “When someone dies for any reason right now, whether it’s from high blood pressure, diabetes, or stroke, they are being marked down as having died from COVID-19.”

They go on to suggest that the medical community is being pressured to push a singular narrative about the virus.

“We’ve been to hundreds of autopsies,” the doctors added. “You don’t talk about one thing, you don’t talk about causes of death other than Coronavirus. ER doctors say ‘When I’m writing about my death report, I’m being pressured to add COVID.’ Why is that?”

For weeks now, other doctors have been saying that we are treating the wrong disease. They have been saying that people are more likely to develop a significant viral load while indoors. They have been saying that open air and sunshine are much better than seclusion for fighting viruses. 

All of these voices have been silenced on YouTube, Facebook, and other social media spaces.

These tech companies are promoting the spread of the disease by propagating official misinformation while covering up cutting edge discoveries and medical opinions of dissenting healthcare professionals who have first-hand experience with the disease.

Just as Nanci Pelosi discouraged people from wearing masks and encouraged people to “come eat in Chinatown,” just as infected people were allowed to fly back into the US, just as the WHO promoted ineffective measures against the disease — these tech companies are working to promote fear and illness.

Their actions are aligned with the interests of the communist Chinese government and the “invisible enemy.”


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