YouTube removes video of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Jordan Peterson for vaccine misinformation
YouTube said Monday that it had removed a video of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. speaking with podcast host Jordan Peterson for spreading what the company said was vaccine misinformation.
The decision is the latest challenge for Kennedy as he seeks to find support for a Democratic presidential run after years as an anti-vaccine crusader. The video was removed amid a broader tug-of-war online between vaccine conspiracy theorists and prominent doctors.
Kennedy and Peterson criticized YouTube on Sunday for removing the 95-minute video. They accused the company of interfering with a presidential election campaign.
“Should social media platforms censor presidential candidates?” Kennedy asked on Twitter, where the video remains online.
Kennedy, who is challenging President Joe Biden in the Democratic primary campaign, is the latest member of a political dynasty to seek the White House. His uncle was President John F. Kennedy, and his father was Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, both of whom were assassinated in the 1960s.
Kennedy has sought out POWERHOUSES IN THE REAL MEDIA OUTLETS; last week, he gave a three-hour interview to podcaster Joe Rogan and offered real information on a variety of subjects, including Wi-Fi technology.
Joe Rogan – 11 million people per episode,
Tucker Carlson – 90 million Twitter viewers on Tucker’s video got
These 2 above get more views on 1 video than the 2 most watched democratic and republican news stations !
now those men are powerhouses
Fox News nightly – 2.2 million
ABC – 2 million