Editor’s Note: the Study that YouTube says in “disinformation” has been widely reported and is on Yahoo News. Both YouTube and Yahoo News are owned by Google.
Other countries have had great success treating the CCP Virus with hydroxychloroquine, Zinc, Vitamin D, and Ivermectin cocktails which can be sound with a simple internet search. India is suing the World Heath Organization (WHO) for spreading disinformation about Ivermectin treatment, mask wearing and the origins of the virus (to protect China); disinformation that cost many lives the Indian Bar Association argues.
YouTube deleted the American Conservative Union’s (ACU) video featuring former President Trump announcing his class-action lawsuit against Big Tech, citing an alleged violation of its COVID-19 terms and conditions.
The ACU, which hosts the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), received “a strike” on their account from YouTube on July 9, preventing them from uploading new content for a week. This includes ACU’s CPAC 2021 Part 2 in Dallas, Texas, and Trump’s CPAC speech scheduled for Sunday, the organization said in a statement.
In the deleted YouTube video of Trump’s announcement of a lawsuit against Big Tech, which includes Google, he also cited a medical study on hydroxychloroquine as a therapeutic for COVID-19.
ACU said in an email the organization received from YouTube, the tech giant “cited ‘medical misinformation’ concerning COVID-19 as the reason for removing the America UnCanceled episode. YouTube did not specify any statements made in the video that allegedly violated their policies.”
“It is clear that YouTube censored CPAC because we stood with former President Donald Trump on his lawsuit against Big Tech,” ACU Chairman Matt Schlapp said in the statement. “This is yet another example of Big Tech censoring content with which they disagree in order to promote the political positions they favor.” ACU is a plaintiff in Trump’s Big Tech lawsuit.