YouTube has blocked us for a story we reported here about Pfizer’s release of data from their Covid vaccine. They are calling it “medical misinformation.” This means we cannot broadcast or publish for a week on YouTube. But we can still broadcast, and here is how and why we have decided to do so.
We disseminated no medical misinformation. We discussed Pfizer’s own published data from their own website. Pfizer was ordered by a court to release this information. They fought against doing this and lost. In our show, we asked questions about these documents that are uncomfortable and unpopular, such as whether or not this data suggests, as it would seem, that unvaccinated people did better with Covid than vaccinated people. The Centers for Disease Control have published data suggesting the same thing. We further questioned why Moderna is still administering its vaccine with “emergency authorization” and whether or not the current Covid situation in most countries still qualifies as an emergency. Shouldn’t we ask this question?
We are careful not to draw conclusions or over-interpret the data because we are not medical professionals. We are all playing the same game as you are: reading the data, trying to make educated decisions for our family and trying not to ignore uncomfortable questions. Why has YouTube decided that this is not allowed? What are they playing at? Why can’t you find information about the new Pfizer documents with a simple Google search? Try for yourself. You have to really dig.
Last summer, we were punished for the same thing when we broadcast data that showed that the vaccine does not prevent the spread of Covid. This turned out to be true, yet we received no apology or remediation from YouTube.
This information censorship is truly, truly disturbing. We considered taking the hand slap and walking on eggshells after our YouTube time-out. For a minute. And then we decided to keep speaking. We will continue our show on Rumble, a platform that has pledged not to censor voices it may or may not like.
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