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Online Ticketing Site Eventbrite Cancels Censorship Movie After Weekend Screening

‘Seeing 2020’ film tells story of AFLDS fight to expose official corruption, provide censored COVID science

Los Angeles, CA – America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLDS) today announced that Eventbrite, the ticketing and event-management website, attempted to cancel member-physicians with the medical nonprofit following a documentary film-promotion event last weekend. “Seeing 2020,” a feature-length look at censorship during the coronavirus pandemic, includes interviews with a number of AFLDS-affiliated doctors who were targeted last year by the media, Big Tech, and state medical and pharmacy boards simply for talking about their work treating COVID-19 patients on the front lines.

AFLDS used Eventbrite to promote live screenings and question-and-answer sessions with its member-physicians for “Seeing 2020” on April 16 to 18 in Dallas, Houston, and the city of Georgetown, Texas. Around the time its Sunday, April 18 screening was set to begin, AFLDS received an email from Eventbrite informing the group that its event had been “unpublished, and your account has been locked” due to the film event’s violating Eventbrite’s “community guidelines.” As of this writing, Eventbrite has not elaborated on the specific violation that triggered the ban, how long the ban will remain in place, nor has it released almost $8,000 generated by AFLDS through ticket sales. This is not the first time America’s Frontline Doctors has been the victim of high-tech cancellation. In summer 2020, Big Tech oligarchs at Twitter, Facebook, Google, and Squarespace targeted the AFLDS White Coat Summit in Washington, DC, systematically erasing from the internet videos of the event which had attracted more than 20 million total views.

“Big Tech commissars just got caught trying to censor a documentary about censorship. The irony would be laughable if our First Amendment rights weren’t being deliberately circumscribed to limit a point of view,” said Simone Gold, MD, founder of America’s Frontline Doctors. “If it can happen to us, it can happen to any American who decides to question the conventional wisdom of our so-called ‘expert’ class. This is why AFLDS recently launched its Legal Task Force. Everyday citizens need someone fighting for them against the corrupt and self-dealing tech-media-government establishment. This latest attempt at cancel culture only serves to strengthen our resolve for the task ahead.”

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