Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has been axed from YouTube for a week after he was accused by the Google-owned tech giant of spreading “misinformation” about the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).

Two of Paul’s videos were also pulled from the platform, including one in which he questions the origin of the “pandemic.” In the other, Sen. Paul explained, using medical science, why face masks do not work to prevent infection and spread.

YouTube believes that the Chinese Virus came from bats and that masks will cure the Fauci Flu, so Sen. Paul’s videos were deemed “false” and he was promptly punished for violating the platform’s “community guidelines.”

Sen. Paul is also uploading videos to Rumble, an independent media platform that, as far as we know, is not censoring Wuhan Flu content with which the establishment disagrees.

“Apparently, because I dared to contradict Dr. [sic] Fauci and the government, YouTube has removed my video,” Sen. Paul explained in a follow-up video that he uploaded to both YouTube and Rumble.

“YouTube said the video violated their policy, because of my comments on masks, and that they don’t allow videos that contradict the government’s guidance on COVID.”

Even though YouTube is technically a “private” entity, it now operates as a mouthpiece for the government, Sen. Paul contends, “censoring those who present an alternative view to the science deniers in Washington.”

Masks don’t work and the plandemic is contrived

No matter what YouTube says, the plandemic did not spontaneously occur: It was planned long ago and released for such a time as this. Masks also do not work and are more of a showpiece or a sign of obedience to corrupt authority.

Sen. Paul recognizes that the official story is false as well, and for daring to talk about it on his social media accounts he is now being punished.

“Saying cloth masks work, when they don’t, actually risks lives, as someone may choose to care for a loved one with COVID while only wearing a cloth mask,” Sen. Paul added in his follow-up video. “This is not only bad advice but also potentially deadly misinformation.”

Sen. Paul has been at the forefront of trying to set the record straight about the plandemic. He has repeatedly grilled Fauci over his lies concerning the origin of the Chinese Flu, which appears to have been concocted in the United States and bred, so to speak, in China.

Many are talking about this now, or at least trying to amid rampant Big Tech censorship of the truth. The plandemic narrative would have long ago collapsed by now (to some people it already has) were it not for the silencing of voices like Sen. Paul.

“They are now banning all my speech, including speech that is given on the Senate floor, which is protected constitutionally,” Sen. Paul lamented in a recent interview.

“YouTube now thinks they are smart enough and godly enough that they can oversee speech, even constitutionally protected speech,” he added, calling it a “badge of honor” to be censored by the “left-wing cretins” at YouTube who hate the First Amendment.

In a recent announcement, YouTube pledged to remove any and all Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) claims that do not come from either the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or the World Health Organization (WHO). These are the only two entities that YouTube says provide truthful information about Chinese Germs.

“I am introducing the Travel Mask Mandate Repeal Act of 2021 to put a stop to this nanny state mandate of requiring masks on public transportation,” Sen. Paul announced back in July.

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