Rand Paul Tweets Out Asking If ‘Snot-nosed Censors at YouTube Will Come to My Office and Kiss My …’

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Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), who is also a medical doctor, isn’t one to mince words. He certainly reminded all of Twitter of that on Saturday with a tweet that basically called on YouTube to kiss his a**. Sen. Paul was temporarily suspended from the platform in August for supposedly violating “misinformation” policies about the Wuhan coronavirus. As Leah reported earlier this month, he’s made it a New Year’s resolution to quit the platform.

The tweet, which questioned “Does this mean snot-nosed censors at YouTube will come to my office and kiss my … and admit I was right?” shared Apoorva Mandavilli’s article for The New York Times, “The C.D.C. concedes that cloth masks do not protect against the virus as effectively as other masks.”

From Mandavilli’s article:

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday clarified its stance on various kinds of masks, acknowledging that the cloth masks frequently worn by Americans do not offer as much protection as surgical masks or respirators.

While this disparity is widely known to the general public, the update marks the first time the C.D.C. has explicitly addressed the differences. The agency’s website also no longer refers to a shortage of respirators.

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