A video interviewing an American doctor whose license to practice was suspended because of "misconduct" that included prescribing ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19 was removed by YouTube almost as soon as it was published.
Dr. Meryl Nass was interviewed by journalist Tessa Lena, who then posted it to YouTube. Lena said YouTube pulled removed the video after only five minutes so she had to repost it to Rumble, where freedom of speech is still free. Nass, who early in the pandemic concluded that the virus was lab-originated, made a post of her own, commenting that an online news magazine, American Thinker, had covered her case with "balance."
For the record, Nass also broke the news that the hydroxychloroquine used in a study that "proved" it was lethal and didn't work was actually administered at near-lethal doses — ensuring that the study would "prove" HCQ was "dangerous."
Along with her suspension, Nass was also ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
Dr. Meryl Nass January 17, 2022