Damage control: Pfizer releases "urgent guidance" telling employees how to handle Project Veritas bombshell video
Not long after Project Veritas released its latest bombshell exposé about Pfizer's involvement in trying to manipulate covid to sell more "vaccines," Google-owned YouTube pulled the video from its platform. Not long after that, the company issued an "urgent guidance"
to its employees about how to handle the video whenever a user tries to upload or share it.
A screenshot of that urgent guidance – see below
– informs YouTube employees that the Project Veritas video "violates the COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation policy for making a categorical claim that COVID-19 vaccines are ineffective, and should therefore be removed unless it contains sufficient EDSA / CRC."
YouTube is concerned about a specific timestamp in the video when it is stated by Project Veritas that "our undercover journalist asked Walker (referring to Jordon Trishton Walker) how Pfizer is handling the fact that their COVID vaccines are ineffective against virus variants."
If that timestamp is present, then YouTube employees are to check the "[four] corners and metadata for EDSA that clearly contradicts, refutes or countervails the violative timestamp without any additional promotion (generalization, aggregation, repetition, affirmation)."
(Related: Check out our earlier coverage
about Jordon Trishton Walker, a Boston Consulting Group [BCG] plant with a shady past who now works for Pfizer.)
If you're going to share the Project Veritas bombshell video about Pfizer, be sure to follow the rules contained in the leaked YouTube "urgent guidance"
If a video upload of the Project Veritas video contains the offending timestamp and no sufficient CRC is present in the four corners, title, or description of the video, then YouTube employees are to issue a strike against the video and channel.
If a video upload of the Project Veritas video has the offending timestamped segment removed, or if it contains the violative timestamp but also contains EDSA / CRC in the four corners, title, or description, then the video can stay on YouTube.
"It is important that we remove violative reuploads of this content as it spreads harmful misinformation about approved vaccines against COVID-19," YouTube higher-ups wrote to their employees.
None of these details would have been known publicly had someone at YouTube not leaked the guidance, which will help YouTube users who want to share the Project Veritas video to know how to do so safely to avoid receiving a strike or having their channel axed.
YouTube basically nitpicked the Project Veritas video in search of anything that might constitute a violation. Once it was successful, the Google-owned platform pulled the original video and informed employees about how to remove all offending reuploads of it.
"Yes, peasants: you need your information filtered and approved," wrote a commenter about what YouTube is effectively doing and saying with this "urgent guidance. "Your 'news' must always remain Democrat-friendly."
"It's comforting for the Deep State to know that YouTube is ready and willing to provide cover for them and Project 1984," wrote another.
Someone else wrote that it is "nonsense" for YouTube to claim that anything in the Project Veritas bombshell video about Pfizer is a violation of "the COVID-19 misinformation policy" seeing as how YouTube is
the COVID-19 misinformation policy.
"This just proves that YouTube is conspiring with Big Pharma," suggested another.
"Google, its owner, is conspiring with Big Pharma because censorship is the game," responded someone else.
"The only thing YouTube is good for these days is plumbing tutorials," joked another about how highly controlled YouTube has become in recent years.
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