(TheRedAlertNews.com) Breaking Now: Once again, YouTube has decided to insert itself into a public policy debate. This time the debate involves the greatest public health challenge in a generation, the global COVID-19 pandemic and the vaccines that have been engineered to combat the pandemic.
As of today, according to The Washington Post, “YouTube will ban any videos that claim that commonly used vaccines approved by health authorities are ineffective or dangerous. The company previously blocked videos that made those claims about coronavirus vaccines, but not ones for other vaccines like those for measles or chickenpox.”
So, YouTube is not only censoring content it disagrees with when it comes to the coronavirus vaccine, it’s censoring content it disagrees with when it comes to ANY vaccine.
Further, YouTube has now removed the channels on its platform that were created by anti-vaccine activists Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Joseph Mercola, and others.
Bottom line: More so than ever, YouTube has set itself up as the arbiter of what is and is not true when it comes to important public health information. And, should anyone try to inject content that disagrees with the faceless powers that be at YouTube, that content will be removed and the creator of that content will be banned from the platform.
Please email [email protected] and share your thoughts and opinions about YouTube blocking all anti-vaccine content and removing channels created by high-profile anti-vaccine activists like Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Joseph Mercola. Do you agree or disagree with YouTube’s decision? Why or why not? Do you believe this amounts to censorship? Do you think YouTube is being forced or influenced by anyone to make this decision? Or, do you think the decision is in the best interest of public health during a global pandemic?
JUST IN – YouTube will ban any video that claims “vaccines are ineffective or dangerous” from now on and has suspended the accounts of prominent vaccination opponents, including Joseph Mercola and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (WSJ)
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