Authoritarian Rise: YouTube Targeting TrialSite and Cutting Several News Rundown Episodes

Authoritarian Rise: YouTube Targeting TrialSite Several News Rundown Episodes Cut

In a continuation of unprecedented censorship, YouTube, a Google holding, purged multiple TrialSite videos simply because Ivermectin was a topic in the video. TrialSite emphasizes in all of its videos that it’s an objective, unbiased news site and at no time is the drug recommended as a treatment. That’s not the place of a news site. The banned videos simply cover important information that’s factual, relevant, and current. But the good news: TrialSite’s an independent platform, and the videos will be reposted on the website. Site traffic surpassed record milestones in June and the demand and thirst for accurate research information trumps petty, authoritarian-minded fantasies.

For example, the purged list included our April 5th News Roundup “Scientific Misconduct Accusation with Dr. Andrew Hill's Ivermectin Meta-Analysis,” which simply showcased the publishing in a scientific journal the meta-analysis completed by Dr. Andrew Hill, et al. After all, this was the meta-analysis referred to by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Or there was a meta-analysis TrialSite reported on in Italy where a group of Italian researchers analyzed a number of studies. Other News Roundups pur...

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