It has come to light that back in April, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sent a letter to a Google lobbyist demanding that a slew of videos on YouTube about the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) be censored and removed because the federal agency did not approve of their content.
The FDA’s director of social media, Brad Kimberly, complained about “misinformation” in the videos that detracted from the White House’s position concerning the plandemic. One of the videos talked about a monoclonal antibody treatment, which some people are using as a treatment for Chinese Germs.
“Overall, the video is very problematic when it comes to COVID misinformation,” Kimberly wrote in the letter about the video promoting monoclonal antibodies. “This video should[emphasis added] be pulled.”
The recipient of this email was Google lobbyist Jan Fowler Antonaros, who apparently did not initially comply with the demand. However, the video in question was later removed by someone over at Google.
“How often the FDA has made other censorship demands is unknown, because the agency is apparently hiding the existence of its efforts in response to Freedom of Information Act requests,” warned Alex Berenson on his Substack about this issue.
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