YouTube has taken down a video of a public health roundtable hosted by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and a number of medical experts voicing skepticism about lockdowns, saying that it violated the platform’s community standards.
The nearly two-hour video was first streamed on the channel of a Florida CBS affiliate in mid-March, in which the governor spoke at length at the Florida state capitol with four public health experts hailing from Stanford University, the University of Oxford and Harvard Medical School.
While the roundtable remains accessible through an archived link, YouTube sent the video down the memory hole sometime this week, as was first noted by Jeffrey Tucker of the American Institute for Economic Research on Wednesday. The page previously hosting the video now gives a brief notice: “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines.”
RT reached out to YouTube and the Tampa Bay CBS affiliate, WTSP, for further details on the decision, but received no immediate response.
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