Reports of Growing Censorship Across Social Media Doesn’t Help Bring People Together to A More Rational Understanding of Vaccine Risk-Benefit Analysis

Reports of Growing Censorship Across Social Media Doesn't Help Bring People Together to A More Rational Understanding of Vaccine Risk-Benefit Analysis

Apparently, the censorship squads intensify their efforts on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and even Wikipedia as a uniform push to squash any negative discussion about COVID-19 vaccines increasingly trumps individuals’ First Amendment rights to communicate. Should government be at all communicating with the social media networks about what people can and cannot say, even indirectly, could be the basis for what could ultimately become a massive lawsuit. Most recently, a Cincinnati, Ohio-based 12-year old girl named Maddie de Garay was hospitalized a number of times after receiving the second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine known as BNT162b2 (Comirnaty). The adolescent actually was a participant in a clinical trial testing the mRNA-based vaccine from December 2020 to January 2021. Apparently, what triggered the Twitter action was the fact that the mother, Stephanie, commenced sharing more details about the hospitalizations. This was all captured in a press conference sponsored by Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson, reported Gabe Kaminsky with The Federalist. Ms. De Garay shared during the press conference that the family is both pro-family and pro-science, hence why ...

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