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Big tech censorship is at it again and this time Sen. Ron Johnson YouTube video on hydroxychloroquine has been banned! 

While so many platforms are promoting the experimental vaccine it is somehow not ok to speak to possible therapeutics that could be valid alternatives to receiving the said vaccine.

We see commercials on cable to TV, we receive emails from the government, ads are present all over the internet — all of this is done to promote the government vaccine and no one questions a thing!

It’s obvious that there is simply too much money vested in the vaccines to let anyone promote anything that may jeopardize this cash flow.

The Washington Times reports:

Sen. Ron Johnson accused YouTube of censorship Friday after the Wisconsin Republican had his account on the platform suspended for sharing video footage of him touting treatments for COVID-19 of questioned effectiveness.

YouTube confirmed it removed the video of Mr. Johnson for violating its rules against medical misinformation and explained his account would therefore be restricted from uploading content for seven days.

The offending footage originated from an online event that had been hosted by the Milwaukee Press Club on June 3 where Mr. Johnson spoke approvingly of using the drugs hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin.

Mr. Johnson said during the event that he believed “real blunders” were made by the Trump and Biden administrations for not “robustly exploring” the use of either drug as potential treatments for COVID-19.

“It always baffled me that there was such a concerted effort to deny the American public the type of robust exploration research into early treatment,” he said before calling both drugs “incredibly safe.”

YouTube confirmed it pulled down from the event that had been uploaded to Mr. Johnson‘s channel and said the senator’s account would be suspended for a week under its longstanding three-strikes policy.

“We removed the video in accordance with our COVID-19 medical misinformation policies, which don’t allow content that encourages people to use Hydroxychloroquine or Ivermectin to treat or prevent the virus,” a YouTube spokesperson told The Washington Times.

While some will look to YouTube thinking that they are doing public service in censoring content they think is detrimental to one’s health. 

The fact is, big tech companies like YouTube have no right to determine what we should and shouldn’t be allowed to see when it comes to content that can assist us with our healthcare decisions. 

It is up to us to see all types of content and make our own decisions based on what we feel is best for us after consulting with our own healthcare professionals.

Do you agree with the decision of YouTube to censor content that promotes therapeutics to combat COVID19?