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YouTube scraps Joe Rogan podcast episode over Nazi Germany comparison

What a load of Maloney.

YouTube has removed a New Year’s Eve episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience” featuring Dr. Robert Malone, a vaccine scientist notorious for making controversial statements regarding the COVID-19 jab.

The episode, No. 1757, had been shared to YouTube by a third party as Joe Rogan’s Spotify deal prevents him from posting entire shows to the platform.

In the inflammatory podcast episode, which YouTube deleted mere hours after it appeared, Malone compared the current US public health climate to Germany in the 1920s and 1930s, when the Nazis rose to power, the Independent reported.

Malone said the uprising was the result of “free floating anxiety,” which could only be quelled by a leader with a singular message.

“It was from, basically, European intellectual inquiry into what the heck happened in Germany in the ’20s and ’30s,” argued the 62-year-old physician, who claims he invented the mRNA technology widely used in the COVID-19 vaccines. “Very intelligent, highly educated population, and they went barking mad.”

Malone chalked up this so-called phenomenon to “mass formation psychosis,” claiming: “When you have a society that has become decoupled from each other, and has free floating anxiety in a sense that things don’t make sense.”

“We can’t understand it,” he added. “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.”

The video reportedly violated Youtube's community guidelines.
The “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast reportedly violated YouTube’s community guidelines.

Elsewhere in the interview, Malone reportedly made various unfounded statements regarding the coronavirus vaccine, Forbes reported.

“Our government is out of control on this and they are lawless,” the rogue scientist insisted. “They completely disregard bioethics, they completely disregard the federal common rule, they have broken all the rules that I know of that I’ve been trained on for years and years. These mandates of an experimental vaccine are explicitly illegal.”

Previously, he had claimed that the Moderna and Pfizer shots would exacerbate infections — a statement that went against the prevailing research regarding vaccines, the Atlantic reported.

YouTube has yet to give a definitive reason for why they axed the episode. However, a link to the deleted video shows that it was removed for “violating” the platform’s “community guidelines,” suggesting that misinformation was the cause.

Dr. Robert Malone on the "Joe Rogan Experience."
Dr. Robert Malone on “The Joe Rogan Experience.”

Suffice it to say, the interview’s banishment didn’t sit well with many viewers, who claimed the removal suppressed the scientist’s views, controversial though they may be.

“YouTube has now removed the Joe Rogan interviews of both Dr Robert Malone as well as Dr Peter McCullough,” tweeted one Malone supporter. “Two of the most notable and accomplished experts in the world.”

Texas congressman Troy Nehls wrote, “Today, I submitted the transcript from the @joerogan experience podcast episode #1757 with Dr. Robert Malone to the Congressional Record. Big tech wants to restrict your access to this information- but they cannot censor the Congressional Record.”

Malone even addressed the ban on Fox News’ “Ingraham Angle” Monday, deeming it yet another media miscalculation.

“What the media doesn’t understand is that you can’t suppress information,” the rabble rousing researcher said. “It’ll find a way to be free.”

The controversial interview was posted to Spotify on New Year's Eve.
The controversial interview was posted to Spotify on New Year’s Eve.

The banned episode had aired just one day after Malone was jettisoned from Twitter after sharing a video on the alleged harmful effects of the Pfizer vaccine, the Metro reported.

The disgraced doctor addressed his exile on the aforementioned JRE episode, claiming: “I try really hard to give people the information and help them to think, not to tell them what to think.

He added, “If it’s not okay for me to be part of the conversation, even though I’m pointing out scientific facts that may be inconvenient, then who is who can be allowed?”

This isn’t the first time a controversial figure has been forced to face the music following a Nazi analogy.

In February, actress and mixed martial arts pioneer Gina Carano was kicked off Disney Plus’s “The Mandalorian” over a social media post that compared being a Republican to being Jewish in Nazi Germany.

Per: NYP

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