Facebook, Twitter, YouTube remove video of doctors who support hydroxychloroquine

Mimi Nguyen Ly, The Epoch TimesFacebook, Twitter and YouTube removed videos of a news conference held Monday, July 27, by a group of doctors, citing violation of their policies. Members of the group, called “America’s Frontline Doctors,” had spoken in support of the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine in treating and preventing COVID-19 and alleged that there is widespread misinformation about the drug.At the news conference in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, the group also called for a “sustainable approach” to the Chinese Communist Party virus pandemic, urging for an opening up of schools and businesses.Facebook, Twitter and YouTube removed the 45-minute video of the news conference several hours after it was shared to the platforms and had
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