‘Troubling Track Record’: Ron Johnson Questions YouTube Over COVID ‘Censorship’

‘Troubling Track Record’: Ron Johnson Questions YouTube Over COVID ‘Censorship’


Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) sent a letter to the CEO of YouTube this week asking for information on the company’s “troubling track record” of censorship. 

Johnson, who has been suspended twice from YouTube, is demanding that YouTube turn over documents and emails pertaining to his suspensions and the formation of the tech giant’s COVID misinformation policy. 

“YouTube has displayed a troubling track record of censoring a sitting United States Senator, the proceedings of the United States Senate, journalists that interview me, and the display of data that is entirely generated from U.S. government health agencies,” Johnson wrote in a letter to YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki.

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The Wisconsin senator, a frequent critic of big tech companies, has also been vocal about his support of potential alternatives treatments for COVID

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