YouTube Joins the Censorship Party. Does Cancel Culture Know No-Bounds?
Early on in the COVID-19 Pandemic, Dr. Naomi Wolf started asking important questions. Those questions led her to write a Best-Selling book titled “The Bodies of Others, The New Authoritarians, COVID-19 and The War Against the Human.” Those same questions led the CDC and allegedly, the White House to target Dr. Wolf by ordering Big Tech giants to silence, cancel, censor, and de-platform her.
YouTube has now joined the list of tech/social media companies to censor Dr. Wolf/DailyClout.
YouTube censored Dr. Wolf/DailyClout speech with a ‘7 strikes’ penalty for spreading what they claim is ‘medical misinformation.’ YouTube also removed two Dr. Wolf/DailyClout videos and put the accounts on ‘time out’ until February for “Too many strikes”.
List of Dr. Wolf/DailyClout Tech Censors:
- EIN Newswire
List Of Dr. Wolf/DailyClout Government Censorship:
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History: Statement from Dr. Wolf / DailyClout on September 12, 2022
“Today my lawyers submitted a new court filing with additional documents that show how the executive branch of our federal government worked with Twitter to silence me for asking questions about the Covid-19 vaccines. These documents also appear to show that the censorship project between Twitter and the executive branch began inside the White House. Nobody should be retaliated against for exercising her First Amendment rights. Thank you to Missouri AG Eric Schmitt and Louisiana AG Jeff Landry for working to obtain these documents. I will continue fighting to protect my rights and the rights of all Americans to speak their minds and ask tough questions.”
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