Big Tech continues running interference for Pfizer following bombshell revelation Pharma company exploring gain of function research to maximize profits.
Meanwhile, free speech video platform Rumble has offered to put thee viral video on its homepage.
YouTube removed Project Veritas’ latest viral undercover Pfizer exposé, claiming it’s “due to a violation” of its Community Guidelines.
The video showed a Pfizer executive named Jordan Walker admitting the company is exploring gain of function research because subsequent vaccines would be a “cash cow.”
In addition to censoring the video, YouTube gave Project Veritas a “strike” on Friday and prohibited the group from uploading any more videos for a week.
The video had accumulated over 800,000 views in 48 hours on the platform before it was removed.
Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe clarified that YouTube claimed it banned the Pfizer exposé specifically because it contained “medical misinformation.”
“‘YouTube doesn’t allow claims about COVID-19 vaccinations that contradict expert consensus from local health authorities and WHO,’” O’Keefe read from YouTube’s statement.
What YouTube failed to mention was that these so-called vaccination claims were not made by Project Veritas — they came directly from the mouth of the Pfizer executive himself.
“These were not our claims, these were the claims of a director at Pfizer,” O’Keefe noted.
“I think it’s third-world that big, massive corporations team up with Big Tech monopolies to target journalism in these United States. It’s just wrong, and I think they’ll regret doing this,” he said, adding he’s gotten word that “turmoil” is unfolding at Pfizer following the exposé.
Fortunately, pro-free speech video platform Rumble announced it would feature Project Veritas’ bombshell Pfizer exposé on its homepage in defiance of YouTube’s censorship.
“It seems like YouTube has removed @Project_Veritas‘s video. In response, Rumble will hold the line against this outrageous censorship by keeping the video up and even featuring it on our homepage. Censorship dies on Rumble,” the company stated on Friday.
The viral video can also be viewed on Banned.Video: