David Seaman, a former contributor for Huffington Post, recorded this video Sunday night saying that he was terminated from his job without warning for posting an article containing a video that asked questions about Hillary Clinton's health.
"It was a very newsworthy thing for me to link out to, people are talking about, that hashtag has been quite popular, and whenever a video concerning a presidential candidate’s health is viewed more than 3.5 million times, somebody who is under contract with The Huffington Post and to AOL should be able to link out to that… without having their account revoked without any notice... late on a Sunday night," he said.
"I’ve filed hundreds of stories over the years as a journalist and I’ve never had anything like this happen….I’ve never experienced this," remarked Seaman.
"This is spooky, to me this is extremely spooky – I don’t like it," he added.
"They’re deleting and censoring commentary on her health – why is that?” asked Seaman. “Do they not want more people to watch that video on YouTube, is that what’s going on here?"
I'd argue deleting my reporting/commentary without notice, when it is factually sound, harmed me reputationally @ariannahuff.— D.G. Seaman (@d_seaman) August 29, 2016
The video by InfoWars editor Paul Joseph Watson that Seaman linked to in his now deleted article is embedded below. It has been viewed more than 3.5 million times since August 4.