(Natural News) Telling the truth about vaccines on Twitter, if you don’t get immediately shadowbanned or deplatformed for doing so, could land you, your account, and all of your tweeted content in Jack Dorsey’s digital “misinformation” bin, according to disturbing new reports.
The far-Left social media platform is reportedly launching a new ministry of propaganda “feature” that aims to stop Twitter users from sharing posts, videos, or other information that in any way suggests that vaccines aren’t 100 percent safe and effective all the time like the government claims.
In the very near future, when a search for information about vaccines is performed on Twitter, the platform will apparently be tuned to bring up only “approved” content claiming that vaccines are a perfect miracle medicine. However, should a vaccine query somehow pull up information that runs contrary to this, such as data showing that the MMR vaccine doesn’t even work, then Twitter will automatically mark such content as “misinformation.”
Don’t think for yourself, says Twitter – just believe what the government tells you
Twitter’s goal is to become the ultimate judge, jury, and executioner in deciding what’s “true” and “false” about vaccines, eliminating the need for its sizable Leftist user base to have to perform any critical thinking on the matter themselves – because critical thinking is “yucky” to liberal statists, in case you didn’t know.
In defending his employer’s decision to become the social media thought police, Twitter’s vice president of trust and safety Del Harvey issued a politically correct statement about how Twitter understands “the importance of vaccines in preventing illness and disease,” adding that Twitter “recognize[s] the role that Twitter plays in disseminating important public health information.”
“We think it’s important to help people find reliable information that enhances their health and well-being,” he further added.
Just like Google, Twitter wants to turn the internet into communist China
In other words, Twitter simply can’t allow users with opposing viewpoints about vaccines, no matter the amount of science they have on their side, to share their thoughts online because free speech and the First Amendment have no place at Twitter.
Much like communist China, Twitter thinks that truth only comes from the government, which is why any search conducted on its platform about vaccines will trigger a prompt that states:
“Know the facts: To make sure you get the best information on vaccinations, resources are available from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services,” followed by a large, blue link button to Vaccines.gov.
“… we will not auto-suggest queries that are likely to direct individuals to non-credible commentary and information about vaccines,” added Harvey about how Twitter plans to further interfere with and obstruct access to content that Twitter users are really trying to find.
As you may recall, Pinterest beat Twitter to the punch last December when it blocked GreenMedInfo from sharing any more information on its platform after the popular online health resource published truthful information about the toxicity of vaccines.
We’re even now seeing reputable names like Robert F. Kennedy Jr. being dragged through the mud – by his own family, no less – as the vaccine deep state doubles down on its efforts to ensure that only state-approved propaganda about vaccines is found on the internet.
“Does Twitter understand the importance of preventing life-long, life-threatening chronic autoimmune diseases that 54% of today’s heavily vaccinated generation suffer … up from 12% in 2002?” asks one Breitbart News commenter in response to this horrific news.
“Does Twitter have any interest in questioning WHY public health in the USA is in a state of severe decline since 1989 … when vaccines were increased in direct correlation of inexplicable increase in autism … today 1 in 35 and predicted to be 1 in 2 by 2030 unless SOMETHING is done to find the REASON/CAUSE for this disorder?”
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