This morning I received the following email from Blogger:
As you may know, our Community Guidelines
tpolicy) describe the boundaries for what we
allow-- and don't allow-- on Blogger. Your post titled "Fascinating
Interview With Dr. Peter McCullough" was flagged to us for review. We have
determined that it violates our guidelines and have unpublished the URL
making it unavailable to blog readers.
Why was your blog post unpublished?
Your content has violated our Misleading Content policy. Please visit
our Community Guidelines page linked in this email to learn more.
If you are interested in republishing the post, please update the
content to adhere to Blogger's Community Guidelines. Once the content is
updated, you may republish it at
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This will trigger a review of the post.
For more information, please review the following resources:
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Blogger Community Guidelines: https://blogger.com/go/content
The Blogger Team
My take on this is that the team of lawyers that has been targeting Dr. McCullough has been scouring the internet looking for opportunities to erase content that references his work.
As a result I've been trying to set up a new site--and I'm finding it a very hard job. Blogger has the virtue of being dead simple to use and manage. Right now, I'm floundering--and haven't had time to read a single bit of news. I'll take time to enable comments.
This is all very discouraging.