Tucker Carlson: Videos that violate YouTube's terms of service give better public health advice than Dr. Fauci

Carlson: “Imagine if our political leaders had followed the advice we just saw instead of Tony Fauci’s”

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Citation From the May 19, 2020 edition of Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight 

TUCKER CARLSON: The right to have your own opinion, to think for yourself, to disagree with your elected leaders and politicians was the most basic right that every American enjoyed for 240 years. It was the signature right of this country. And then came coronavirus and big tech and it was all swept away. Dr. Knut Wittkowski, for example, was the former head of Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design at Rockefeller University. Not a light resume. He believes that massive lockdowns, mass quarantines were a mistake and he expressed his view online. Here is part of it.


Keep in mind that no one in history has ever attempted mass quarantines. We had no idea what would happen once we did. So what we really needed was a vigorous and informed debate about potential outcomes. Imagine if our political leaders had followed the advice we just saw instead of Tony Fauci's? We might not be facing a global depression right now. It’s a point of view we should have heard whether we followed it or not, but we didn't hear it, that video was deleted by Google off of its YouTube platform. It was censored like many other where doctors dared to criticize the lockdown. Why is that? There is only one reason. Google decided that disagreeing with the government is forbidden. What will happen when that standard is applied to other issues? How long before this show is censored? Before you are censored? Before freedom of thought and expression disappear in this country? Do you want to live in a place like that? That's where we're going. Fast.