The conservative-leaning educational resource had put up a video clip of the event that Twitter quickly took down for supposedly violating its "community standards," which require that only "credible" medical information be shared online.
"American doctors are holding a 'White Coat Summit' in Washington, D.C., to address 'a massive disinformation campaign' by the media about coronavirus," the now-removed tweet from PragerU read. "Watch as Dr. Stella Immanuel tackles the media's narrative about hydroxychloroquine."
We, too, shared Dr. Immanuel's testimony, which was powerfully compelling and deeply disturbing, considering the implications of the medical deep state's censorship of actual cures for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).
Because the AFD video promoted the use of hydroxychloroquine in combination with zinc and Zithromax (azithromycin), which Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates, the medical establishment, including the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), and the mainstream media all say do not work, it had to be removed by the "Ministry of Truth" to maintain the illusion that the "medical community" is uniformly on the same page about the plandemic.
"We have determined that this account violated the Twitter Rules," reads the notice that was sent to PragerU. "Specifically, for: Violating the policy on spreading misleading and potentially harmful information related to COVID-19."
"We understand that during times of crisis and instability, it is difficult to know what to do to keep yourself and your loved ones safe. Under this policy, we require the removal of content that may pose a risk to people's health, including content that goes directly against guidance from authoritative sources of global and local public health information," it added.
Twitter was also caught suspending the account of director and producer Robby Starbuck, who tweeted in a response to someone else arguing with him about the "credibility" of the AFD group.
"I guess you think Dr. Harvey Risch, an epidemiology professor at Yale School of Public Health isn't a real doctor?" he wrote in the "offensive" tweet. "He's also touting that Hydroxychloroquine works."
As we also reported, Dr. Risch wrote an op-ed that was published in Newsweek, if you can believe it, that addressed the loads of scientific evidence in support of hydroxychloroquine.
All Starbuck did was respond to someone about the fact that Dr. Risch wrote this article, and that he supports hydroxychloroquine. Starbuck did not offer up any other outside opinion on the matter, and yet Twitter still decided that this tweet was "offensive" enough to warrant Starbuck being put in Twitter "jail."
"This tweet is an objective fact," commented Kambree Kawahine Koa, a political commenter and radio personality. "Not even opinion or a claim of efficacy, just a fact that the doctor / epidemiologist from Yale is backing it."
Dr. David Samadi was also suspended from Twitter for tweeting about how hiding the "good news about a life-saving treatment for a global pandemic" is often the product of "hatred" towards President Trump. This, he wrote, is "when the line is crossed" because people with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) are in desperate need of a solution.
"Hydroxychloroquine works and it has worked," he wrote before being suspended just like the others for violating Twitter's plandemic rules.
More related news about the medical deep state and its ongoing manipulation of the plandemic narrative, be sure to visit Pandemic.news.
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