Apr 6, 2021
Black Lives Matter Terrorist Maya Echols threatened that cities will be “on fire” if Derek Chauvin is not convicted for the death of George Floyd
Twitter censored Harvard professor of medicine Martin Kulldorff, a member of the COVID-19 vaccine safety subgroup that advises the CDC, FIH, and FDA, because he challenged the notion that children and young people require COVID-19 vaccination.
The platform applied a warning label to Kulldorff’s tweet about the matter, and prevented users from liking or retweeting it.
“Thinking that everyone must be vaccinated is as scientifically flawed as thinking that nobody should,” said Kuldorff in his now-censored tweet. “COVID vaccines are important for older high-risk people, and their care-takers. Those with prior natural infection do not need it. Nor children.”
Kulldorff is one of the most cited experts on infectious diseases alive today, with over 25,000 academic citations. In addition to his role as a Harvard professor, he is a biostatistician and epidemiologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
He co-created the Great Barrington Declaration, a call for an approach to containing COVID-19 focused on the most at-risk groups rather than the entire population. It has been signed by thousands of medical experts and practicing medical doctors around the world.
Kulldorff continues to argue that the response to COVID should focus on older, vulnerable populations while easing restrictions on young, healthy people.
According to Twitter, Kulldorff violated the platform’s rules on “COVID-19 misinformation.”
In a follow-up tweet commenting on Twitter’s decision, Kulldorff slammed the platform for making decisions on medical debates that are beyond Twitter’s expertise.
“When making unscientific claims, media often refer to “health officials” or “experts” without citing anyone,” said Kulldorff
How dare white people travel to other countries and set up small communes… this is what minorities are only allowed to do in white countries. Hating on white people, wishing them death is OK on Twitter.
Blacks commit insane amounts of crime, ‘activists’ call to abolish police and prisons.
Facebook and Twitter have penalised US President Donald Trump and his campaign for posts in which he claimed children are “almost immune” to coronavirus.
Facebook deleted the post – a clip from an interview he gave to Fox News – saying it contained “harmful Covid misinformation”.
Twitter followed up by saying it had frozen a Trump campaign account until it removed a tweet of the same clip.
A Twitter spokeswoman has defended the company’s decision to block and restrict tweets from President Trump but not those of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei which call for genocide of the Israeli people.
The reason? Because the Iranian dictator’s tweets pass as “commentary on political issues of the day” while Trump’s could “inspire harm,” Twitter claims.
During a hearing on antisemitism in front of the Knesset, Israel’s parliament in Jerusalem, lawmakers grilled a Twitter representative over why the platform was policing missives from Trump, but not other world leaders such as Khamenei calling Israel “a cancerous growth.”
“You have recently started flagging the tweets of President Trump,” noted Arsen Ostrovsky, a human rights lawyer and executive director of the Jewish-Israeli Congress.
“Why have you not flagged the tweets of Iran’s Ayatollah Ali Khamenei who has literally called for the genocide of Israel and the Jewish people?” he asked.
In an astonishing response, the Twitter spokeswoman claimed that tweets from the Iranian leader — where he has publicly called for the “elimination” of Israel — amounted to little more than “foreign policy saber-rattling.”
Stunned lawmaker Michal Cotler-Wunsh interrupted: “So calling for genocide is OK?”
“Calling for genocide on Twitter is OK, but commenting on political situations in certain countries is not OK?” she continued.
Honestly if you can, burn down white neighborhoods so companies are afraid to move back there. Then after the property value lowers enough, buy the neighborhood mad cheap and rebuild it. This is a real opportunity to flip the gentrification cycle.
President Donald Trump retweeted Michelle Malkin’s tweet on far left censorship at Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Google. President Trump added that his administration is working to remedy “this illegal situation.”
Twitter then removed the video after the US President retweeted her!
The Radical Left is in total command & control of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Google. The Administration is working to remedy this illegal situation. Stay tuned, and send names & events. Thank you Michelle! https://t.co/ZQfcfD3Hk9
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 16, 2020
Trump mentions using UV light to kill the virus. MSM goes crazy, then censorship happens. Video of Twitter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iF9XRXtqRHg
Another video of UV light treatment through an IV:
Well I’ll be darned. Looks like Trump was right — again. pic.twitter.com/snIcv5ZUBW
— Mike Coudrey (@MichaelCoudrey) April 26, 2020
Scientists at Cedars-Sinai are developing an ultraviolet light that is inserted into the lungs of coronavirus patients to kill the virus living there. Trump was right again about “inserting UV light.” It’s called the #Healight Watch:
Scientists at Cedars-Sinai are developing an ultraviolet light that is inserted into the lungs of coronavirus patients to kill the virus living there.
Trump was right again about "inserting UV light."
It's called the #Healight
— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) April 24, 2020
Youtube blocked video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZHQbKe9TtI
I'm not seeing the problem here pic.twitter.com/RD5QCkYk0d
— Ad Infinitum (@Ad_Inifinitum) April 11, 2020