YouTube Censors Oxford, Harvard and Princeton

“This week, YouTube [owned by Google] deleted footage of a COVID-19 roundtable discussion between Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) and medical experts from Oxford, Stanford, and Harvard. The doctors and medical experts reportedly disputed Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidance that children wear masks in school to stop the spread of COVID-19. Cody McCloud, DeSantis’s press secretary, condemned the move as ‘another blatant example of Big Tech attempting to silence those who disagree with their woke corporate agenda,’ NBC News reported. ‘YouTube claimed they removed the video because “it contradicts the consensus of local and global health authorities,” yet this roundtable was led by world-renowned doctors and epidemiologists from Oxford, Stanford, and Harvard, all of whom are eminently qualified to speak on the global health crisis,’ McCloud argued. ‘Good public health policy should include a variety of scientific and technical expertise, and YouTube’s decision to remove this video suppresses productive dialogue of these complex issues.’ Indeed, the panel included Jay Bhattacharya, a professor of medicine at Stanford University; Dr. Martin Kulldorff, a biostatistician, epidemiologist, and professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School; Sunetra Gupta, an infectious disease epidemiologist and epidemiology professor at Oxford University; and former Trump White House COVID-19 advisor Dr. Scott Atlas.”

“Scientists from Oxford,” PJMedia, Apr. 10, 2021

 CONCLUDING NOTE: “… those seeking absolute truth or an immutable dogma should look in a field other than science” (Juan Arsuaga, Neanderthal’s Necklace, p. 17).