Andrey (azangru) wrote,

I think I missed this at the time, because it's a much more remarkable act of youtube censorship than removing one of Bret Weinstein's videos. Back in December, Pierre Kory testified to the Senate about ivermectin. I heard a couple of clips from that testimony around the time it happened. The video of that senate sitting can still be found online, e.g. on Vimeo. But youtube took it down:

Even if it were pernicious snake-oil peddling, wasn't it a matter of historical interest?

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