Conspirators Are Spreading Intriguing Plandemic Videos Over Social Networks!
- Social media networks – Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Vimeo, are trying their best to fight and stay ahead of the blowout of Plandemic video.
- Video contests advice given by medical experts. It says masks can make people sicker, socially distancing, and staying at home will harm the immune system.
- Before the video was removed from Facebook & YouTube, it was viewed by over 1 million users.
What Are Social Media Networks Worried About?
Social media giants like Facebook, Vimeo, Twitter, YouTube are struggling to stop or remove viral Plandemic conspiracy videos. This 26-minute video features Judy Mikovits, an activist who says guideless given by health experts and organizations is wrong.
The video is said to be an excerpt from an extensive documentary that is planned to be released this summer. It is said that it contains false and misleading information and is divided into parts of a series.
Not only this, but Plandemic video also claims to know about the origin of the virus, how it spreads and it says it is designed to make profits from vaccines.
Further, it says the advice given by health experts is false, it says staying at home will weaken the immune system, and wearing a mask will make people sick.
How viral is the video?
The video has already been viewed by over 1 million users, and people are sharing short clips of it on Twitter too.
Is this video impacting health professionals?
Sadly, yes. Health professionals are challenged for the advice they are giving to stay safe. In addition to this, they are being harassed by conspiracy theorists.
What social media networks have to say on this?
Facebook: “Suggesting that wearing a mask can make you sick could lead to imminent harm, so we’re removing the video,”
YouTube said it is working to keep such videos at bay and is removing videos violating its rule still such videos can be found it is said. Again, the company will do whatever it takes to remove such videos and others that include, “medically unsubstantiated diagnostic advice” about the COVID-19 illness.
Twitter said it is obstructing users who are using hashtags, #Plandemicmovie & #PlagueOfCorruption. But since it is shared as a short video clip, there is no violation of policy against COVID-19 misinformation.
Despite all these efforts, Plandemic videos are still out, and users are sharing them on various platforms. Therefore, social networks will have to work more thoroughly to fight with such misinformation. Mikki Willis, the filmmaker, said he is not going to stop by this video takedown. Instead, he is working on the way to bypass gatekeepers. This means social media giants now must be more cautious.
Do you think spreading misinformation at this hour is right? What should users do to combat such conspiracy videos?
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