YouTube's Misinformation Policy is spreading a false narrative that people encouraged Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) “injection” to treat COVID. But that never happened. YouTube’s "Harmful Misinformation Policy” guidelines identify encouraging “injecting Hydroxychloroquine” as a prime example of “dangerous” information. However, it doesn’t appear such content exists anywhere that actually encourages injecting HCQ for COVID-19.
Let's face it, we know YouTube lies. Just as Twitter used to lie about censorship, shadowbanning, and other "moderation" policies. Musk turned over that rock to show the world how social media companies have been gaslighting us for years. They do what they want then lie about it.
This Orwell 1984 item is perfect for these times: https://t.co/EKkMWeTAPG
I have been wearing it recently. Loved the faces and reaction from some people.
The FDA allowed itself to be swayed against HCq, because of a literally FRAUDULENT, and subsequently retracted, study, which was published in the Lancet. I think there was one other garbage study, following - but they both go against the clinical experience of Doctors like Zelenko, Fareed and Tyson, Peter McCullough, the FLCCC(.net) et al, and prior Research in the National Library of Medicine...
Prior to the release of this engineered BioWeaponized Corona virus, the CDC and FDA had significant evidence from the last coronavirus/SARS 1 event, which showed that HCq was an effective treatment, and probably an effective prophylaxis as well. The same was true for IVERMECTIN as well, which has an even more benign side effect profile than HCq, and probably works even better.
The CDC and FDA suppressed that information, for the same reason that the fraudulent study was published in the Lancet, with insufficient peer-review. It was part of a PLOT.
If there's an effective treatment - you can't issue an EUA for the Experimental Synthetic mRNA Gene Therapy shots. Those shots would NEVER pass a 3 stage Trials Process, and animal testing - and the CDC/FDA/Fauci knew this as well as the ModeRNA, Pfizer and Astra Zeneca Executives, Bill Gates and the WEF did. They needed the BioWeaponized Virus, for the shots, all along - and not the shots for the BioWeaponized Virus.
i used HCQ preventatively initially, never got covid. i currently use anti viral nasal spray SaNOtise whenever exposed to crowed situations, still have NEVER gotten covid or even a cold.
TRUMP TRIED TO SAVE LIVES; https://rumble.com/v3kntxm-truth-and-lies-president-trump-trying-to-save-lives-during-covid.html?mref=6zof&mc=dgip3&ep=1
ORF - thank for being my long term memory in this age of perpetual distractions.
I think it's hilarious that Youtube's "Harmful Misinformation Policy" is specific about "Videos that encourage or provide instructions for scientifically unproven remedies for COVID-19", BUT they're not concerned about videos encouraging or providing instructions for scientifically unproven remedies for anything else. You could make a video telling people that prayer is a cure for cancer, no problem. Just don't make a video that hints at anything tRump ever said. I think the idiot is a boorish ass, but TDS is a serious problem.
You Tube's rules are a theater of the absurd and the growing censorship complex is a bonanza for investors. Thank you for revealing how they erase our rights like a machine on auto drive.
Bet the ER w gunshot wounds waiting for horse de-wormer overdose victims were treating cases of shooting up HCQ through their winter coats in summer too... misinfo is that powerful!
excellent find and article. there is much to keep track of, but also so important to not forget. apparently some organizations are continuing to try and confuse/gaslight us.
we feature 'limited state', censored, and self-censored YouTube videos by channel. a search on 'Trump Hydroxychloroquine' returns 150 videos:
It's called a "red herring" and actually if people understood basic logical fallacies that used to be taught in college English classes, they would see immediately that the whole "misinformation" scam usually takes tactics based on red herrings in order to justify their censorship.
Rather than giving a substantive informational response to things thought to be misinformed, the key move is to point the finger at the so-called mis/disinformation without any substantive argument, depending largely on the fact that either the people seeing it are ignorant or don't care, which leaves about 2-3% of us who actually give a shit about something other than just being entertained.