A Huffington Post writer took to YouTube Sunday night to claim the leftwing site deleted two of his articles that analyzed the health status of Hillary Clinton.

“They have revoked my publishing access and they have deleted both of my articles that were published earlier over the weekend. Both of my articles have been pulled without notice of any kind, just completely deleted from the Internet,” David Seaman said.

“And both of those articles mentioned Hillary’s health,” he said, adding he posted a video that shows Clinton’s health is “quite poor.”

Seaman said he linked to a YouTube video showing Clinton’s bizarre behavior, including her head jerking back-and-forth while a reporter asked her a question.

Seanman’s post now shows this, according to Paul Joseph Watson:

Huffington Post ban

“Editor’s Note,” it reads, “This post is no longer available on the Huffington Post.”

The writer said he merely included the video, which has been viewed 3.5 million time because he saw it as “newsworthy.”

“I’ve written hundreds of stories, filed hundreds of stories over my years as a journalist and I’ve never had anything like this happen,” Seaman said.

“To me, this is extremely spooky,” he said, adding he’s never seen media companies behaving this way before this election cycle.

“It’s scary,” Seaman said.

Seaman insists he is not suicidal, is not “clumsy” — “I’m perfectly fine” — in an attempt to say if something happens to him, it was foul play.

“Now the story is they’re deleting and censoring commentary on her health. Why is that? Do they not want more people to watch that video on YouTube? Is that what’s going on here?

“Let’s figure it out. I don’t like mysteries of this sort,” Seaman said.