Senator Ron Johnson has much to say about YouTube’s decision to censor his content related to COVID-19.
Last week, Johnson sent a letter to YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki demanding access to company documents related to the censorship of his videos and the multiple suspensions his account has received. He wrote that he is giving the company until Oct. 5 to produce the documents.
“YouTube has displayed a troubling track record of censoring a sitting United States Senator, the proceedings of the United States Senate, journalists that interview me, and the display of data that is entirely generated from U.S. government health agencies,” Johnson wrote.
Johnson is not shy about “Big Tech” censorship online. Last year, NewsBusters reported that he was suspended from YouTube and later removed a video from his account that discussed alternative COVID-19 treatments.
“YouTube’s ongoing COVID censorship proves they have accumulated too much unaccountable power,” he told Fox News at the time.
Johnson also asked Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal why the platform censored a post containing a chart of government data about COVD-19.
“‘COVID misinformation policy only looked at information that was demonstrably and widely believed’ to be false – testified a Twitter executive last week,” Johnson tweeted last week. “Then why, @paraga, was my chart with government data about COVID-19 censored?”
Big Tech platforms also have a history of suppressing content related to Joe Biden’s son, Hunter. The Media Research Center reported that a poll conducted by McLaughlin & Associates after the 2020 election shows that 36 percent of Biden voters were unaware of Hunter’s financial dealings with China.
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