The Daily Beast via Yahoo News slammed Brand in a recent piece for being "a powerful voice for anti-vaxxers." Writer Cheyenne Roundtree claims that Brand is spreading "conspiracy theories" that appeal to health freedom advocates who support other "right-wing trolls" like Ben Shapiro and Candace Owens.
"If there's one thing few people had on their 2021 bingo cards, it would be anti-vaxxers becoming enamored with British comedian Russell Brand for his conspiracy theory-laden YouTube channel," Roundtree sneered in the piece.
"The Forgetting Sarah Marshall actor has always presented himself as a contrarian – a 'free-thinker' who isn't afraid to challenge established views or spout off at the government (both U.K. and U.S.)."
Roundtree just cannot come to terms with the fact that Brand, "who always seemed to skew left in his political beliefs," could reject Donald "father of the vaccine" Trump's "Operation Warp Speed" injections, which she regards as "sound science."
Brand's outspoken skepticism about Fauci Flu shots has generated for himself a large right-wing fan base, Roundtree further claims, adding that Brand likes to create video titles that either "delight or infuriate, depending on the viewer's political stance."
It appears to greatly upset Roundtree that Brand is doing well for himself on YouTube with both sides of the political aisle, depending on the issue. As many well know, bipartisan opposition to tyranny is not accepted in the United States as everyone is expected to pick a "side."
Roundtree further complains in the piece that Brand is "casting doubt on the trustworthiness of the FDA," insinuating that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is an agency worth trusting.
Brand has also called out Big Pharma for pushing covid injections as a type of "gold rush," meaning the whole plandemic sham is nothing more than a profit-generating racket.
"His videos, which appear to be monetized, often rack up millions of views across YouTube and Facebook, and his comment sections have become hotbeds of misinformation," Roundtree snarled.
Recently, Brand called out CNN's Don Lemon for promoting "vaccine apartheid," calling Lemon a racist. Roundtree of course takes issue with this as well.
Like many other leftists who have completely lost the argument and have no counter-arguments, Roundtree supports social media censorship as a solution to people like Brand who buck the trend and think outside the box.
The Daily Beast actually put in a request with YouTube to "crack down" on channels like Brand's that "spread medical misinformation." There is just no room for honest and open debate about things like masks and injections because everyone is just supposed to accept these things without question.
If Brand was not a threat, neither Roundtree nor The Daily Beast would be paying him any mind. His message is popular, though, so he must be silenced by the fascists on the left who cannot tolerate any kind of free speech that contradicts their own beliefs.
In this case, the religious beliefs of the Cult of Covidism must not be questioned online. Anyone who does must be silenced, according to the journo-terrorists on the left.
"There has been both a mistrust in science and a politicization of this pandemic," whined Rebecca Weintraub, a professor who believes that people should contact a "clinician" for information about the Chinese Virus, not outside-the-box thinkers and investigators like Brand.
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