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Anti-Vaxx Mandate Song ‘More Of Us’ Deboosted from YouTube.

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Award-winning Canadian musician and journalist Matt Brevner’s new song ‘More Of Us’ has been de-boosted for marketing by YouTube and Google. “More of Us” is a melodic, hip-hop track focused on calling out the medical tyranny spreading out across Canada, but does not incite any violence, spread misinformation, or anything that Google and YouTube could argue is “not advertiser friendly.”

The song was inspired by Brevner’s Christian faith and his desire to do something positive and pro-freedom. In the past year, Canada has banned the gathering of large groups of people in order to help stop the spread of “misinformation,” with various jurisdictions banning the sale of alcohol and cannabis to the unvaccinated.

Brevner describes how Canada, the country of his birth, is slipping away. On a more hopeful note, he goes on to say that even those who are triple-vaccinated know that segregation of the vaccinated and not-vaccinated is “not the way.”

‘More of Us’ was released on January 4th and amassed over 100,000 views on YouTube, along with 12,000 likes.

Within 24 hours of release, the music video was trending. Google set about blocking advertisements and marketing efforts, likely due to the song criticizing the coerced vaccination and hypocrisy of the Canadian government in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In the opening verse, Brevner says that “we’ve been told to trust the science, but the science just doesn’t make sense.” He goes on to note that Canada has stated that the COVID-19 vaccine is not mandatory, but most Canadians are being told to either take the vaccine or risk being fired from their job.

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The lyrics further touch upon how many Canadian healthcare workers were working 18 hours a day at the start of the pandemic, but are now being dismissed for refusing the vaccination. The video to the song shows nurses, law enforcement, and other Canadians protesting the vaccine due to their natural immunity and freedom of consent.

Brevner is the latest in a series of free-minded individuals to have their work censored by Big Tech.

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Kay Smythe

Kay Smythe is a writer and researcher specializing in social capital. Her work has been published internationally for more than half her life. She currently resides in the USA.