Dana Loesch weighed-in Wednesday on YouTube’s decision to eliminate all anti-vaccine content from its platform, saying the left defines “disinformation” as any discussion they may find challenging or against their narrative.
“Unfortunately, the left defines ‘disinformation’ to include any legitimate questions or any discussion they find challenging to their preferred narrative (e.g. any conversation on natural immunity),” posted Loesch on Twitter.
“Our Community Guidelines already prohibit certain types of medical misinformation. We’ve long removed content that promotes harmful remedies, such as saying drinking turpentine can cure diseases. At the onset of COVID-19, we built on these policies when the pandemic hit, and worked with experts to develop 10 new policies around COVID-19 and medical misinformation. Since last year, we’ve removed over 130,000 videos for violating our COVID-19 vaccine policies,” writes YouTube.
“Today’s policy update is an important step to address vaccine and health misinformation on our platform, and we’ll continue to invest across the board in the policies and products that bring high quality information to our viewers and the entire YouTube community,” concludes the streaming service.