Doctors Censored For An Opposing View on Shelter In Place


Why were these two doctors were censored for telling the truth?
  • First 6 minutes is worth watching on full video! 
  • 19 min mark - best explanation of herd immunity on full video.  
  • 30 min - how they are being forced to make every death COVID
YouTube cites “Terms of Service” violation in pulling down viral video of two outspoken California doctors who advocated for loosening of shelter in place restrictions.

Doctors Dan Erickson and Artin Massihi, co-owners of Bakersfield, California-based Accelerated Urgent Care, held a press conference last week to share their experiences in their clinics and opinions on the COVID-19 pandemic.

A video of the briefing went viral on YouTube, racking up over 5 million views in a couple of days. However YouTube abruptly pulled down the video, citing a breach of it’s “Terms of Service.”

The virality was most likely due to the controversial position the doctors took, questioning whether continuing the lockdown was in everyone’s best interests.

They detailed their interpretation of the publicly-available COVID-19 statistics and expressed concerns that the secondary effects of forced lockdowns and economic uncertainty were leading to increases in domestic violence, child molestation, depression, suicide, drug & alcohol abuse, and other social problems.

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