First thing this morning I found a version of the interview with two California doctors that has been censored on You Tube so I rushed to turn the computer on to get an audio. The video I was working with was removed by You Tube midstream. However, I got all but the last 2 minutes.
CALIFORNIA DOCTORS HIT BY CORONAVIRUS CENSORSHIP CAMPAIGN
TruNews Still Has The Video Available Despite Efforts To Silence Those Who Oppose The ‘Official’ Line.
27 April, 2020
Monday, TruNews reported on a press conference given by a pair of California doctors who opposed the continuation of stay-at-home orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic—but now they appear to be the latest targets of the coronavirus censorship campaign.
The video had more than 5 million views when YouTube removed it late Monday night. Now, those who attempt to view it only get the following message:
“This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines.”
The good news, however, is that Drs. Dan Erickson and Artin Massihi’s comments haven’t been lost to the Big Tech memory hole. TruNews grabbed the entire video before it was deleted from YouTube and is now hosting it on its own servers.
Click here to watch the entire press conference: https://tinyurl.com/ybndskge
Meanwhile, when the coronavirus censorship campaign isn’t busy deleting statements that go against the “official” narrative, those espousing that narrative are self-censoring. Such was the case when the World Health Organization attempted to throw cold water on the concept of immunity from COVID-19 after recovering from the coronavirus.
As TruNews reported Monday, the WHO’s official position on immunity at the time was:
“There is currently no evidence that people who have recovered from COVID-19 and have antibodies are protected from a second infection.”
By Monday night, however, that tweet had disappeared from the WHO’s official Twitter account. Coincidentally, this happened just as the subject of “immunity passports”—which TruNews has reported on frequently in the past week—has become hotly debated among public health experts.
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A viral account from two California doctors, Dr. Dan Erickson and Dr. Artin Massihi, have voiced the concerns of millions: When will the coronavirus “shelter-in-place” orders end, and does it really make scientific sense to quarantine the healthy?
On April 22, 2020, they held a press conference and said emphatically that based on their analysis businesses should re-open, and people should return to regular life, without masks.
“Do we need to still shelter in place? Our answer is emphatically no,” Dr. Erickson, a board certified Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, said to a captivated audience of journalists. “Do we need businesses to be shut down? Emphatically no. Do we need to test them and get them back to work? Absolutely.”
The two doctors own and operate seven urgent care facilities in Kern County, California as part of a franchise called Accelerated Health Care, and were basing their position on the in-house testing data they personally have reviews.
Other points the doctors raised were that their analysis of the official CDC and WHO COVID-19 data has proven that the disease is no more dangerous than the seasonal flu, and that self-quarantining will actually make the general population more susceptible to other diseases because their immune systems have been artificially lowered by lack of exposure to others.
Both doctors recounted they have heard from multiple unnamed ER physicians around the country that hospital administrations are pressuring doctors to wrongly write that coronavirus by itself has caused deaths, instead of including other factors, such as underlying health conditions and poor life choices, such as lifelong smoking.
Dr. Erickson believes there is a hidden agenda behind the discrepancy and that politics, not science, is motivating governments and media to maintain the pandemic, and its associating climate of ear.
TruNews has chosen to re-post this video in its entirety, without edit, because YouTube has begun to censor it from their platform, citing a violation of “community guidelines.”
In an interview with CNN’s Brian Stelter, prior to the censoring of the video above, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said she plans to stamp out misinformation, and examples of content that would be a violation of YouTube’s policies include anything “that is medically unsubstantiated,” such as someone saying “take vitamin C, take turmeric, like those are/or will cure you.”
Wojcicki added: “Anything that would go against World Health Organization [WHO] recommendations would be a violation of our policy.”
Courtesy: 23 ABC News | KERO (4/22/2020)
Watch the video of the interview HERE
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