Kim Iversen

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(Journalist, Covid-19 dissenter)
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Born28 March 1980
Boise, Idaho
Owner ofThe Kim Iversen Show
Interests • Censorship
• Foreign Policy
• Progressivism
American independent journalist. "Analysis of today's politics. Foreign Policy, Pandemic, Elections and More. I don't fall in line when the line leads to Bullshit" - Iversen

Kim Iversen (born 28 March 1980) is an American progressive talk radio host and journalist. She hosts The Kim Iversen Show on YouTube.


Kim Iversen (formerly anglicised to Kim Iverson) is an American progressive talk radio host and journalist. After working for various stations as a radio host, she started her own news channel on YouTube in 2019. Born in 1980 and raised in Boise, Idaho, Iversen continued her education studying philosophy at the University of California, Davis, where she also started her radio career at KDVS and played in jazz bands as a drummer. Her mother is a refugee from Vietnam.[1]

Kim has a long history of interest in policy and social issues. She proposed anti-deforestation legislation, worked to stop the expansion of LAX airport into a wildlife reserve. She is also a spokesperson for Stop Child Trafficking Now, which raises money and awareness to help victims of sex trafficking.[1]


Iversen supported Tulsi Gabbard in the US/2020 Presidential election, and interviewed her on her show in March 2019.[2]

Opposes vaccine passports and lockdowns through COVID.

In June 2021, Iversen was banned from Facebook.[3]

In July 2021, she started working as a host at Rising on The Hill. Her rationale behind it was to use corporate media as a platform to air anti-establishment opinions.[4]


Kim Iversen Is SUSPENDED From YouTube Over Segment On Covid Therapeutic Study

Iversen's Wikipedia page was deleted in 2020.[5][6] It was discussed for deletion around the time she uploaded videos talking about the Israel-Palestine conflict and footage of her trip to the West Bank.

In March 2022, her YouTube channel was suspended over "medical misinformation".


Iversen has won the Serena Shim Award.[7]

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