On Friday at 2:35 pm, Member of Parliament Andrew Bridgen began his a speech in parliament about the (un)safety and (in)efficacy of the covid gene-based injections. As he did on 13 December when he raised the issue of “vaccine” harms, Bridgen has made another outstanding speech. It was so outstanding that barely five hours after Mr. Bridgen had finished his speech, YouTube censored Mr. Bridgen’s speech by removing the video from his YouTube channel.
Mr. Bridgen tweeted at 8:18 pm on Friday: “YouTube have taken down the speech I gave in Parliament today. I am an elected member of the UK Parliament. The speech was given in the Chamber of the House of Commons.” At the time of writing his tweet had received 3.6 million views.
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