High doses vitamin C isn’t something many doctors are comfortable trying, but this relatively low-risk treatment may have potential—despite the censorship.
On September 29th, YouTube announced a new “vaccine misinformation policy” on a blog post titled “Managing harmful vaccine content on YouTube,” which was immediately followed by hundreds of mainstream news articles declaring this a major victory against so-called “anti-vaccine content.”
YouTube will block all anti-vaccine content, moving beyond its ban on false information about the COVID vaccines to include content that contains misinformation about other approved vaccines, it said in a blog post on Wednesday. This in America?
YouTube’s parent company, Google, is directly invested in the AstraZeneca/Oxford COVID “vaccine.” This is why YouTube censors anything that threatens the rollout and future profits of COVID-19 gene modification therapies
Instagram threatens to delete the GreenMedInfo.com channel for posting memes that question the official government coronavirus stance.