These videos of two medical doctors, Dan Erickson and Artin Massihi, co-owners of Accelerated Urgent Care in California, debunking Dr. Fauci et al. propaganda, were taken down by YouTube, even though they reached over 5 million views. YouTube is another propaganda branch of the U.S. government, no doubt about it.
According to Paul Joseph Watson,
In the clip, Erickson asserts that there is only a “0.03 chance of dying from COVID in the state of California,” prompting him to ask, “Does that necessitate sheltering in place? Does that necessitate shutting down medical systems? Does that necessitate people being out of work?”
Erickson also asked why fatalities were being counted as COVID-19 deaths when other ailments were actually more to blame.
“When someone dies in this country right now, they’re not talking about the high blood pressure, the diabetes, the stroke. They’re saying ‘Did they die from COVID?’” Erickson said. “We’ve been to hundreds of autopsies. You don’t talk about one thing, you talk about comorbidities. ER doctors now [say] ‘It’s interesting when I’m writing about my death report, I’m being pressured to add COVID. Why is that?”
The video was deleted late last night for “violating YouTube’s terms of service.”
I guess propaganda is a “Term of Service,” and truth is not.
But apparently BitChute has the videos, and here they are:
And Part 2: