YouTube Cancels the U.S. Senate
Google's YouTube has ratcheted up censorship to a new level by removing two videos from my channel of a U.S. Senate committee. They were from my December 8 Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs hearing on early treatment of Covid-19. One was a 30-minute summary; the other was the opening statement of critical-care specialist Pierre Kory.
Dr. Kory is from Milwaukee but part of a world-renowned group of physicians who developed a groundbreaking use of corticosteroids to treat hospitalized Covid patients. His testimony at a May Senate hearing helped doctors rethink treatment protocols and saved lives.
The censors at YouTube have decided for all of us that the American public shouldn't be able to hear what senators heard. Apparently they are smarter than medical doctors who have devoted their lives to science and use their skills to save lives. They have decided there is only one medical viewpoint allowed, and it is the viewpoint dictated by government agencies. Government-sanctioned censorship of ideas and speech should frighten us all.
Read my full piece on this Big Tech censorship in the Wall Street Journal: YouTube Cancels the U.S. Senate
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Family Watches Dr. Kory's Video, Sues to Save Mother
Watch this remarkable video about a family in Buffalo, New York who watched the video of Dr. Pierre Kory's testimony about using ivermectin to treat Covid-19. When their 80-year old mother became critically ill with Covid in January, they went to court to get the hosptial to try Dr. Kory's protocol.
Rebuttal to Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
I wanted to make sure you saw the op-ed that I submitted to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel rebutting their charges that I am in anyway responsible for inflaming tensions that led to the violence at the U.S. Capitol January 6.
I hope you will read this op-ed for a better understanding of the actions I took than what you'll get from biased mainstream media outlets like the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel who refused to publish this rebuttal without more biased editorial commentary.
Here is the op-ed I submitted rebutting two Journal Sentinel opinoin pieces.
Here is what the newspaper eventually published. You will see the Journal Sentinel added 19 footnotes which are longer than the 1,000 words I was given for my rebuttal.
Getting Answers About Capitol Breach
The American people deserve answers about the Capitol security breach. An independent investigation must occur, but until it does, I've sent letters to former and now-acting sergeants at arms of the House and Senate asking for answers.