Over the weekend ZeroHedge posted about how the media’s coverage of Trump and Clinton’s health had become “outright bizarre”. They also asked whether Google had taken measures to censor searches related to Hillary’s health condition.
Turns out that the Huffington Post may have just joined in on the bizarre behavior by censoring a journalist with the audacity to question Hillary’s health.
On Sunday night, an obviously shaken Huffington Post contributor, David Seaman, posted a video to YouTube after the HuffPo had taken measures to revoke his publishing access and delete two articles he had previously published on Hillary’s health…a move that left him “a little scared” and “spooked out”.
According to Seaman, he has a long standing relationship with the Huffington Post which has included “100’s of successful articles” that have been published under the banner.
Seaman reported the move by Huffington Post by live streaming a video of his reactions on YouTube.
“Huffington Post, where I was a contributor, they have revoked my publishing access and they’ve deleted both of my articles that were published earlier over the weekend. Both of my articles have been pulled without notice of any kind. Just completely deleted from the internet. And both of those articles mention Hillary’s health which is both a hashtag on Twitter and I linked to a video that a YouTuber, Paul Joseph Watson, had uploaded back on August 4th showing signs that Hillary Clinton’s health is quite poor.”
“Whenever a video concerning a presidential candidate’s health is viewed more that 3.5 million times somebody who is under contract to the Huffington Post and AOL should be able to link out to that.“
Seaman goes on to point out that completely removing a published article from the internet is unprecedented and leaves him “a little scared” of being the next person to be “vanished” for criticizing the Clinton campaign.
“I’ve honestly never seen anything like this. This is happening in the United States in 2016. It’s frankly chilling. I’m a little scared. I’m doing this video also to say, I’m not suicidal right now; I am not a particularly clumsy person; I don’t own a car at the moment. So if I’m to slip in the shower over the next couple of days or something silly like that you have to really employ probability and statistics here because I’m not a clumsy person, right, and I’m also not a depressed person right now. I’m a person who is spooked out though.”