YouTube removes Jenna Ellis interview questioning safety of Covid-19 vaccines

"YouTube has once again censored free speech and the ability for Americans to ask basic questions about the COVID-19 vaccine," Ellis said.

An interview on The Jenna Ellis Show with guest Stew Peters about the potential dangers of the Covid-19 vaccine was taken down by YouTube, indicating that the video-sharing platform is still refusing to allow free and open dialogue to take place regarding the forced inoculation of millions of Americans.

"Died Suddenly," the new documentary by radio show host Peters, explores a number of serious questions about the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccines, and presents itself as a "damning presentation on the truth about the greatest ongoing mass genocide in human history."

"YouTube doesn't allow claims about COVID-19 vaccinations that contradict expert consensus from local health authorities or the World Health Organization (WHO)," the message read informing Ellis that her video was being removed.

Ellis has since uploaded the interview to the free speech-supporting video platform, Rumble.

"YouTube has once again censored free speech and the ability for Americans to ask basic questions about the COVID-19 vaccine," Ellis told The Post Millennial. "They previously censored an interview I did with Kari Lake on election integrity, so their bias is clear and unethical."

"YouTube has not ever been the arbiter of 'misinformation,' but especially now when so much more is coming out about the dangers and side effects of the vaccine, it looks even worse for them to say 'trust the experts' that have had to walk back almost everything they previously said. My viewers should subscribe for free at Rumble, which still welcomes the free exchange of ideas," she said.

Ellis, a lawyer who was a part of Donald Trump's legal team, has been a champion of free speech for many years, even when its something that doesn't allign with her values, such as defending Disney when they came out against Florida's Parental Rights in Education bill.

An increasing number of people are beginning to question the vaccine's efficacy and the government's push to give people booster shots, while unvaccinated Americans continue to be treated as pariahs under the encouragement of political leaders. 

Vaccinated Americans now make up the majority of Covid deaths in the country.

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