Google Removed This RFK Jr Video Within Minutes–See Why Here

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was once again subject to censorship by Google-owned YouTube due to what the internet giant refers to as “medical misinformation.”

YouTube already removed two more RFK Jr. interviews off the site, one by Jordan B. Peterson, a Canadian professor, and the other by Al Guart, a former New York Post writer.

In the most recent instance of censorship, YouTube removed an interview done by O’Keefe Media Group founder and investigative journalist James O’Keefe.

O’Keefe claimed that YouTube used the same justification for banning his interviews as it had for other videos involving the candidate: “medical misinformation.” O’Keefe shared the whole video on Twitter (which recently renamed as X).

RFK Jr., the 35th President’s nephew, has gained notoriety recently for debunking popular misconceptions regarding the coronavirus and immunizations.

Kennedy criticized the mainstream media’s embracing of censorship in an interview with Breitbart News earlier in the year, stating “we are now in a position where without freedom of speech, democracy simply withers and dies.”

“Free speech,” he said, “is the sunlight, the water, the fertilizer for democracy.” There has never been a point in history when those who censored speech were doing it for the right reasons.

He has recently denounced the Biden White House on Twitter for having “contempt towards the First Amendment.”

Kennedy, an economic populist and opponent of free borders, pledged that if elected president, he will utilize tariffs to safeguard American workers.

He has lately criticized government organizations including the IRS, FBI, and the Dept. of Justice for “harassing and prosecuting rivals, whistleblowers, as well as journalists,” and if he is elected president, he has promised to put a stop to the “toxic polarization” of these organizations.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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