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By Rachel Alexander, a senior editor, The Stream, May 9, 2020
Rachel Alexander is a senior editor at The Stream. She is a political columnist and the founder and editor of Intellectual Conservative.
Over the last couple of days, I’ve had several friends send me a link to a video about COVID-19 called “Plandemic.” They said they can’t post it on Facebook; Facebook either removes it or threatens them with suspension before they try to post it. When I went to the URL on YouTube, it had been pulled for allegedly violating YouTube’s terms of service. A YouTube spokesperson told Buzzfeed News that they remove “content that includes medically unsubstantiated diagnostic advice for COVID-19.” The social media companies tend to look to the WHO for guidance on what to allow, but the WHO has its own questionable history with COVID-19, prompting President Trump to consider withholding funding from the U.N. agency.