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YouTube and Twitter Delete Joe Rogan's Interview with Vaccine Inventor Dr. Malone

The interview regarding COVID, vaccines and mandates was removed days after Dr. Robert Malone's Twitter was also suspended

Social media giants YouTube and Twitter have made another move to censor conversations between influential individuals in an apparent effort to suppress information related to COVID-19 vaccines and treatments. 

YouTube has removed Joe Rogan‘s interview with the scientist who helped invent mRNA vaccines, Dr. Robert Malone.

Malone’s Twitter account (@RWMaloneMD) has also been suspended for violating the platform’s rules regarding COVID misinformation guidelines. 

The suspension came after Malone wrote a tweet regarding COVID vaccines: “Pfizer 6 month data which shows that Pfizer’s Covid-19 inoculations cause more illness than they prevent. Plus, an overview of the Pfizer trial flaws in both design and execution.”

He followed with another tweet providing a link to the Canadian Covid Care Alliance website.  

During the three-hour and six-minute interview on The Joe Rogan Experience, Malone shared his storied career and how he became part of the team that invented the mRNA technology used in COVID-19 vaccines.

The two discussed many topics surrounding the COVID pandemic. The discussion included the invention of mRNA technology, vaccine deployment, adverse reactions to vaccines, and vaccine mandates.

During the discussion of vaccines mandates, Malone references America’s current state in the pandemic and Nazi Germany. 

Malone said that American society is experiencing a mass formation psychosis similar to Germany in the 1920s and 1930s.

“A very intelligent, highly educated population, and they went barking mad. And how did that happen? The answer is mass formation psychosis. When you have a society that has decoupled from each other, and has free-floating anxiety, in a sense that things don’t make sense, we can’t understand it. And then their attention gets focused by a leader or series of events on one small point, just like hypnosis. They literally become hypnotized and can be led anywhere,” said Malone.

Rogan went on to talk about Malone’s suspension from Twitter, which occurred one day before the podcast release. 

“They removed you for not going along with whatever the tech narrative is because tech clearly has a censorship agenda when it comes to COVID in terms of treatment, in terms of whether or not you are promoting what they would call ‘vaccine hesitancy’ – they can ban you for that,” said Rogan.

He went on to add that Malone is “one of the most qualified people in the world to talk about vaccines.”

Malone responded by questioning: “If it’s not okay for me to be a part of the conversation even though I’m pointing out scientific facts that may be inconvenient, then who is?”

The doctor noted that he had been contacted by multiple lawyers looking to help him file a suit against Twitter.

The Joe Rogan episode was also posted in full on another account not affiliated with the podcaster. However, that video was also removed. In both instances, YouTube cited a violation of Community Guidelines, The Post Millennial reported.

The audio-only version of the Joe Rogan Experience episode with Dr. Malone is still on Spotify

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9 responses to “YouTube and Twitter Delete Joe Rogan’s Interview with Vaccine Inventor Dr. Malone”

  1. WeaponizedMemes says:

    Guys, keep in mind that Joe Rogan does NOT post his interviews on YouTube. They are exclusive to Spotify.

    Someone else posted the episode to YouTube and it got removed, probably because of copyright violations. Same with the clip that was posted on another channel. Both channels are not affiliated with Joe Rogan, and both videos were removed.

    I think it is likely because it was flagged for copyright, not for misinformation.

    The article is misleading – and I think a lot of other people are mislead by this – because it suggests YouTube removed the interview for COVID misinformation, which – as far as we know – isn’t true.

    Yes, Twitter still did ban Malone, which was absolutely disgusting.

  2. Tysonweir says:

    YourProfessionalBud I would agree with you on this I think if its the full episode its banned, but their still merit to the article with twitter baning the MD and YouTube banning clips. I know JRE puts up clips of his show all the time after like 2-3 days of the podcast erroring and that dosn’t break the policy to copyrights being small clips.

  3. Devilsgun says:

    Once again the Left Tech Nazis fail to understand the Streisand Effect

  4. YourProfessionalBud says:

    This is a bad article…no offense to the Timcast crew. But regular listeners of Joe Rogan know the exact answer to why the video has been removed and Tim and Luke keep talking like this is a big deal. According to Joe Rogan on his podcast… SPOTIFY OWNS THE RIGHTS TO STREAM HIS PODCAST. Per his agreement he is not allowed to upload his podcast anywhere else, and if anyone else does upload it to youtube, Spotify has the right to remove it because he signed an agreement with them that they have the sole rights to stream it. No conspiracy, it’s a copyright issue. Need to stop talking about this on the Timcast IRL and articles like this because it makes it sound like you haven’t done your research. Again Joe has said this exactly on his podcast.

  5. Boscoman says:

    I cancelled all my social media accounts. They are toxic & a monumental waste of time & mental health.
    If you have to censor people like Dr. Robert Malone then you must have something to fear. Bankrupt these companies. STOP using them.

  6. Wolv256 says:

    Cool, well we’re all deleting Twitter and YouTube. Everyone go to GETTR and Rumble. Put these Commies out of business.

  7. Donkish says:

    Stop using youtube.

    Stories keep coming out about censorship and selective publishing. Youtube should not be protected by Section 230.

    This is going too far and we all have to stop paying for the hypocrisy, buying our own imprisonment.

  8. seriouslyjk says:

    This shit is unbelievable . This needs to stop. Right now. There will be no good coming from any of this as we move forward in this insane world..

  9. HerrDoktor says:

    What’s that you say, YouTube and Twitter? You don’t want anyone using your platforms ever again?
    Well… okay.