(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) Already intimately familiar with social media censorship and vax fanaticism cancel culture, Democrat presidential hopeful Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was once again targeted and, in compliance with regime dictums, sanitized for his views on vaccines.
Google-owned YouTube on Monday yanked Jordan Peterson’s compelling interview with Kennedy, during which he claimed that chemicals in the country’s water supply were leading to “sexual dysphoria” and turning kids trans.
YouTube claimed that the interview, and Kennedy’s assertions, violated the tech giant’s guidelines about sharing so-called vaccine misinformation.
“We removed a video from the Jordan Peterson channel for violating YouTube’s general vaccine misinformation policy, which prohibits content that alleges that vaccines cause chronic side effects, outside of rare side effects that are recognized by health authorities,” a YouTube spokesperson gaslighted Monday.
“What do you think … Should social media platforms censor presidential candidates?” Kennedy tweeted. “My conversation with @JordanBPeterson was deleted by @YouTube. Luckily you can watch it here on @Twitter (thank you @elonmusk).”
A growing number of social media users appeared anxious to act on Kennedy’s prompt, and calls grew for a boycott of YouTube, via platform shifting.
“Outrage is not enough,” one commentator urged. “Cancel subscriptions.”
— Robert F. Kennedy Jr (@RobertKennedyJr) June 18, 2023
During an interview on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast, tagged “Rekindling the Spirit of the Classic Democrat,” Kennedy referenced a study into the effects of the common herbicide atrazine and its documented links to sexual dysphoria and chemicals has been documented in other species, and suggested the same was possible for today’s youth.
“They’re swimming through a soup of toxic chemicals today,” Kennedy argued. “If you put atrazine in a tank with frogs, it will chemically castrate and forcibly feminize the frogs in there. The male frogs will turn into fully viable females capable of producing viable eggs. If it’s doing that to frogs, there’s a lot of evidence that it’s doing it to human beings as well.”
Kennedy’s campaign told Fox News Digital that the presidential contender “does not believe the attacks are coordinated,” in relation to YouTube pulling the video and other censorship crackdowns on Kennedy. “People are simply speaking out according to what they believe,” a Kennedy spokesperson said. “These beliefs are the result of the long influence of corporate money in medicine, research, media and government.”
Peterson ripped YouTube for pulling the interview, not only as a means to control the vax narrative, but also for more nefarious reasons, tweeting that “YouTube has taken upon itself to actively interfere with a presidential election campaign.”
I don't think that is new… Just the first time a democrat has had to deal with it.
They are terrified of RFK Jr., and for good reason.
— 🇺🇸Trever🇺🇸 (@cousineddie78) June 19, 2023