Although Joe Biden once claimed that he would unify the country, since taking office, Americans have continuously been vilified and censored thanks to nothing more than questioning the government-approved narrative circulating COVID-19 and the 2020 election. Just these two topics alone have led to former President Donald Trump being de-platformed, top experts like Dr. Robert Malone being censored, and podcaster Joe Rogan watching his brand and career dangling in the balance. Behind the massive wave of censorship was none other than the Biden administration and the supposed gatekeepers of information, big tech. Having witnessed the power of big tech, big pharma, and the White House, Dr. Malone sat down with Glenn Beck to discuss the growing threat. 

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In the video, which is featured below, Dr. Malone admitted that before the pandemic and the Biden administration, he had a relatively comfortable lifestyle as he consulted with pharmaceutical companies and even Washington D.C. Not only consulting, but the famed doctor would also coach them on key matters in his field. But following the COVID-19 agenda, Dr. Malone watched as he and several colleagues were almost helpless at the hands of the mainstream media. 

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Dr. Malone took it further and explained how people like Joe Rogan weren’t ready for the intense backlash they would receive for going against the COVID-19 agenda. While Beck and Dr. Malone admitted it might have hurt Rogan’s brand, they noted that he is still one of the biggest podcasters around. And as for the backlash, it seems to do nothing but help Rogan grow. 

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