YouTube Removes 2nd Video of Rand Paul, Suspends Him For 7 Days Over Alleged COVID-19 Misinformation


YouTube has abstracted a second video on its platform posted by Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and has suspended him from uploading more content for a week, verbally expressing he infringed community guidelines on “COVID-19.”

They are now ostracizing all my verbalization, including verbalization that is given on the Senate floor, the Republican senator told heralds on Tuesday. YouTube now cerebrates they are astute enough and godly enough that they can oversee verbalization, even constitutionally bulwarked verbalization.

In a Twitter post, Paul called the suspension a “badge of accolade,” and included a link to visually examine the video on an alternate platform. The video abstracted this week included discussions on the inchoations of COVID-19, the disease caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, and the utilization of masks to obviate its transmission.

Leftwing cretins at Youtube proscribing me for 7 days for a video that quotes 2 peer reviewed articles saying cloth masks don’t work, Paul wrote.

The video sharing platform last week first abstracted a video of an interview the senator did with “Newsmax.”

This resulted in a first strike on the channel, which denotes it can’t upload content for a week, per our longstanding three strikes policy, a YouTube spokesperson told news outlets of the decision.

We apply our policies consistently across the platform, regardless of verbalizer or political views, and we make exceptions for videos that have supplemental context such as countervailing views from local health ascendant entities.

According to CNN, claims flagged by YouTube included that most of the masks you get over the counter don’t work. They don’t avert infection.

Another line that YouTube verbalized infringed community guidelines on COVID-19 was,

Trying to shape human demeanor isn’t equipollent to following the authentic science which tells us that cloth masks don’t work.

I cerebrate this kind of censorship is very perilous, incredibly anti-free verbalization, and genuinely anti-progress of science, which involves skepticism and argumentation to arrive at the truth,

Paul added in a news release Tuesday.

YouTube didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment by The Epoch “Times.”