MSM Reporter Got Cedar Sinai Doctors Video Of UV Light Treatment Removed Because It Sounded Like What Trump Described
NYT reporter Davey Alba flagged a video to YouTube and got it pulled down because it shows that a new UV light treatment to fight the virus is similar to what President Trump described.
“Our team has shown that administering a specific spectrum of UV-A light can eradicate viruses in infected human cells (including coronavirus) and bacteria in the area while preserving healthy cells,” stated Dr. Pimentel of Cedars-Sinai. Ali Rezaie, MD, one of the inventors of this technology states, “Our lab at Cedars-Sinai has extensively studied the effects of this unique technology on bacteria and viruses. Based on our findings we believe this therapeutic approach has the potential to significantly impact the high morbidity and mortality of coronavirus-infected patients and patients infected with other respiratory pathogens. We are looking forward to partnering with Aytu BioScience to move this technology forward for the benefit of patients all over the world.”
I contacted YouTube about this video, which is being shared on tons of replies on Twitter & on Facebook, by people asserting that it backs up Trump’s idea throwing it out there that UV rays kill coronavirus.
YouTube just said it removed it for violating its community guidelines. pic.twitter.com/gbs5Igq0yy
— Davey Alba (@daveyalba) April 24, 2020
Here’s the video:
Reporters took to Twitter to mock @realDonaldTrump for talking about UV light killing coronavirus instead of researching it first.
AP: “Pre-clinical findings indicate the technology’s significant impact on eradicating… coronavirus.”
Watch how it works:pic.twitter.com/AszZa1FhaG
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) April 24, 2020
Twitter users gave Davey Alba a piece of their mind:
This video was posted before trumps statement by a nasdaq listed company about a product they have partnered with Cedars-Sinai hospital to deploy. How is this a violation of community standards?
— Colin.B (@Wireless_Colin) April 25, 2020
Damn, this “reporter” literally tattled on a company that may have “supported” trump’s idea on UVA light cuz they thought it was fake without doing research first. This was announced over 3 days before Trump rattled off & this reporter claims to report on “disinformation.” Sad.
— SZN (@PyroLytics) April 25, 2020
Good journalism is unbiased transparency with due diligence. @CedarsSinai spent YEARS advancing this tech. It was announced before trump mentioned it. Imagine if they get EUA and you realized you were the one who tried to take down creditable hope during a pandemic… @YouTube
— Jen (@JennyThaiPhoto) April 25, 2020
Why on Earth would you contact YouTube about the video instead of contacting the company for more information? $AYTU
— Brian Rosen (@_BrianRosen_) April 26, 2020
Reporter sees company trying to save lives.
Reporter cannot let that happen.
NYTs wants more people to die.
Don’t be like NYTs. They are the #EnemyOfThePeople
— Ferris Fueller (@ffueller) April 25, 2020
Proving once again that the new york times is full of hacks who call themselves journalists.
— diana (@Libertarian837) April 25, 2020
What level of TDS is it when you don’t want people to see that Trump might have won a point …??
— RALPH KERN (Vetus reprobi simus) (@7wolfman_kern) April 26, 2020