Russell Brand censored by YouTube

British comedian and actor Russell Brand, who is known for his eccentric and erratic acts in public and for making unusual comments is now been censored by YouTube, certainly for obvious reasons.

This blazing hypocrisy fires up Russell Brand. The bawdy Brit’s YouTube channel, nearing 6 million followers, routinely shreds both Big Tech and the mainstream press.

However, over the past week, this has gone onto another level only altogether, Brand suffered a YouTube strike after he admittedly misinterpreted official NIH data regarding COVID-19. Brand and co. offered a follow-up apology video to correct the record.
The brand then uploaded a video, saying he will make his own news information portal by the name of ‘Rumble’.
“Why are big media organizations not censored for misinformation in the same way? Is it because YouTube is part of the mainstream media?” Brand asked.

“We have a responsibility to make sure the information we convey is absolutely 100 percent as accurate as we could be,” he added further.
“It looks like censorship because the mainstream media misinformation is up all the time,” The Brit made the biggest of them all.

Moreover, it was later confirmed that the information was untrue. The vaccines offer some help, some protection, but not as much as the vaccine producers (and the media) told us.

“Isn’t that cast-iron, rock-solid misinformation?” he asked of the clip.

“Is there one standard for independent news broadcasters like us on our channel, and a different standard for what we would call the mainstream media?” he said. “Is it possible that YouTube … now dances to the tune of the mainstream media, to the tune of the establishment? Certainly, in this instance, it would seem like it.”

Following all this buzz around Twitter, the Richest of them all, Elon Musk said “Good point” in reply to Brand’s video. Making the viewers wondering if something is cooking in the near future.

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