Big Tech is silencing disturbing information about the coronavirus

The establishment is squeezing all discussion about COVID-19.

Topics like the lab leak hypothesis can only be discussed when the powers that be say so.

Now Big Tech is silencing disturbing information about the coronavirus.

Any COVID information that is counter-narrative is very likely to get silenced on social media.

Such was the case when evolutionary biologist Bret Weinstein had Dr. Pierre Kory on to discuss drug treatments for COVID.

Dr. Kory has advocated for Ivermectin as a preventative drug against COVID.

His argument is that Ivermectin has been around for a long time, and it’s a significantly cheaper alternative to the new COVID vaccines.

Dr. Kory also argues that the new vaccines have not been through the rigors of a longitudinal study, and they come with risks that are being downplayed.

Because Dr. Kory is counter-narrative, the discussion was scrubbed from YouTube.

Weinstein, a political progressive, is not prone to wild speculation.

He and his wife Heather Heying, also a progressive and evolutionary biologist, both warned about the lab leak months ago on Bill Maher’s show when it was still taboo to discuss it.

If there are other treatments for COVID that are effective, then they should get a fair hearing.

That wasn’t the case with hydroxychloroquine, which was widely condemned by the corporate-controlled press even though it’s been FDA-approved for decades.

Dr. Kory argues that the establishment – who’s in bed with big pharma – are engaging in a massive pressure campaign to downplay the efficacy of Ivermectin.

Whether or not Kory is right, his views should not be censored for arbitrary reasons.

Establishment institutions have destroyed their credibility, so they cannot expect everyone to blithely go along with their narratives any longer.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story. 

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