YouTube to Crack Down on Anti-Vaccine Accounts
In order to purge people from making the wrong choice, YouTube will now be removing and banning accounts they deem "anti-vaccine." That's an obvious problem for obvious reasons, but we'll get to that after the pull quotes from the MSN article.
YouTube is taking down several video channels associated with high-profile anti-vaccine activists including Joseph Mercola and Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who experts say are partially responsible for helping seed the skepticism that's contributed to slowing vaccination rates across the country.
Trees for the forest arguers will say "YouTube is doing this for the public's own good." But when will YouTube remove content promoting "fat pride" since misinformation about being a chubby chonk is dangerous for people's health? Right. That will never happen because even if people overdose on the Reeses Cups this Halloween, that's still their choice. For the "yeah but someone's abundant skin rolls doesn't affect me like a virus does" you just stay tuned.
Misinformation researchers have for years said the popularity of anti-vaccine content on YouTube was contributing to growing skepticism of lifesaving vaccines in the United States and around the world. Vaccination rates have slowed and about 56 percent of the U.S. population has had two shots, compared with 71 percent in Canada and 67 percent in the United Kingdom. In July, President Biden said social media companies were partially responsible for spreading misinformation about the vaccines, and need to do more to address the issue.
Oh, Biden putting pressure on Big Tech could be leading to Big Tech putting pressure on the American people via taking giant steaming dumps all over their First Amendment rights. What could possibly go wrong.
Again, when will YouTube ban content for DIYers doing dangerous things because those videos may inspire people to do something themselves that they shouldn't? Oh, they're not. Why not if this is about keeping people safe?
YouTube didn't act sooner because it was focusing on misinformation specifically about coronavirus vaccines, said Matt Halprin, YouTube's vice president of global trust and safety. When it noticed that incorrect claims about other vaccines were contributing to fears about the coronavirus vaccines, it expanded the ban.
Policing content like this doesn't end well. Zoom out and stop focusing on this being "but it's just about vaccines." No. It's about what information or "misinformation" Big Tech and Big Government doesn't want you to know, to see, to consider, to discuss with your friends, family and cohorts.
If the vaccine actually acted like a vaccine, in that it inoculated you from a virus, mimicking the body's natural immune system's response to the virus, then that would mean a vaccine would actually protect you from the virus.
We're not really seeing that with the COVID "vaccine" though. Which is one reason the chicken shit vaccinated harpies are screaming for everyone else to get it to "protect them." That's really not how vaccines work. I'm vaccinated against measles, mumps and rubella. The MMR vaccination. Most of us are. The vaccine protects me from getting measles, mumps and rubella. Even if you have it.
When will YouTube crackdown on content promoting natural immunity? When will YouTube crackdown on content from doctors speaking out against the weird COVID measures? Oh wait, they're already doing that.
This is Nazi stuff, folks. Nazis burned books. That means the Nazis prevented people from certain information and view points. What the hell do you think YouTube and Big Tech are doing right now if not preventing people from accessing certain information and view points?
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