This video provides one of the most erudite and informative looks at Covid-19 and the consequences of lockdowns and the nature of the current fraud of the "second wave". As AIER notes, it was remarkable this week to watch as it appeared on YouTube and was forcibly taken down only 2 hours after posting. The copy below is hosted on LBRY, a blockchain video application. In a year of fantastic educational content, this is one of the best we’ve seen.
Dr. Michael Yeadon is an British Allergy & Respiratory Therapeutic Area expert with 23 years in the pharmaceutical industry. He trained as a biochemist and pharmacologist, obtaining his PhD from the University of Surrey (UK) in 1988.
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Fox News has repeatedly disrespected it's viewers by cooperating with the enemies of our country. They've put anti-Trumpers like Paul Ryan on their board of directors, second rate propagandists like Chris Wallace in key broadcast positions and have consorted with fellow travelers like former DNC Chair Donna Brazile to get a senile Marxist and racist elected president. They are not content to allow a legal/political process to work it's way out and have declared the candidate of the Democrat criminal class President elect. Most readers of this site are probably aware of their recent crimes and need no education in this respect. We urge everyone who has not already done so to seek out other media and stop watching Fox. Hit them where it will hurt as they aren't stealing viewers from CNN and MSNBC anytime soon. If you Like Tucker Carlson who is the only real journalist left at Fox, you can find him on Youtube to some extent.
Note that Newsmax TV, which has not yet called the Presidential race (they've actually read the Constitution) is available at www.newsmaxtv.com and on most cable stations.
The issue of censorship by major tech companies is a precarious one, and I’m becoming increasingly suspicious of the nature of the debate. There are some complexities, but it can all be boiled down to this:
Big tech social media conglomerates argue that their websites are like any other private business and that they are protected from overt government interference by the US constitution. In other words, they have a right to platform or deplatform anyone they choose. Of course, this is the exact OPPOSITE of what most leftist groups have argued in the past when it comes to private businesses refusing to cooperate with people they disagree with on basic principle, such as LGBT activists, but let’s set that hypocrisy aside for now.
Social media companies have decided that the people they want to deplatform most are conservatives, along anyone else who disagrees with hard left ideologies such as social justice or the handling of the pandemic situation. Statements or content that run contrary to leftist philosophies are simply labeled “hate speech” or “conspiracy theory” and are erased.
Conservatives argue that big tech is a monopoly with far too much power, that social media should be treated more like a public resource or “town square” and that these companies are violating the free speech rights of conservatives by specifically targeting them for censorship. Many conservatives are also demanding that Donald Trump and the government step in to regulate or punish such companies for these actions.
The truth is that both sides are right, and both sides are wrong. The real solution to the problem requires a radical change in how we view the institution of corporations and how they interact with government, and it’s a solution I doubt ANY political official will consider, and that includes Trump.
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