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Don’t call me shocked: YouTube censors COVID-19 news

Last week, two California doctors, Dan Erickson and Artin Massihi of Accelerated Urgent Care in Bakersfield, California, called for an end of the COVID-19 lock down because they believed the virus was no different from the flu in terms of the number of cases and deaths.

The two doctors were interviewed by KERO TV, and two interviews were posted on YouTube.

YouTube has apparently deleted one of the videos because it violated YouTube’s terms of service. At this point no one has been able to determine what “terms of service” the video violated, leading some to suggest their statements contravened the World Health Organization’s (WHO) official propaganda, that YouTube has apparently vowed to protect.

Is it just me or did @YouTube take down Dr. Erickson’s viral video with 5 million views? — Daniel Horowitz (@RMConservative) 1588039471.0

READ: YouTube removed the viral video of frontline doctors calling for an end to quarantine and comparing COVID-19 to the flu

For the record, at the beginning of the pandemic, WHO tweeted a report that the virus could not spread from human to human. READ: Report says WHO’s infamous COVID-19 human-to-human transmission tweet was to ‘balance’ coverage

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