As Twitchy reported, Twitter suspended the account of Dr. Robert Malone on December 29. We don’t know exactly why, but at the time he was tweeting about the inoculation of adolescents with the COVID-19 vaccine being all risk and no benefit.

In the meantime, Malone appeared on Joe Rogan’s podcast and talked about “mass formation psychosis,” which triggered MSNBC’s resident conspiracy theorist Joy Reid. As we reported Sunday, it appeared that Google was trying to manipulate search results for the term. “It looks like these results are changing quickly” read a note atop the search results.

Google does return a search for the term “Streisand effect”: “a phenomenon that occurs when an attempt to hide, remove, or censor information has the unintended consequence of increasing awareness of that information.” Account MythinformedMKE posted the clip from Rogan’s show where Malone talks about mass formation psychosis on December 31, and it’s racked up millions of views since.

That was yesterday; it now reads 4.7 million views. We’re amazed Twitter hasn’t taken this down.

CNN would kill to get numbers like that. So would MSNBC. And Fox News.

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