Twitter to Begin EXTREME Censorship Starting Next Week

I will be moving over to Parler. The account is already up and running, I just haven’t used it much yet. The Parler account is at this link:

Follow me there and I will follow back. With Twitter going full censorship mode on vaccines and anything else that deals with truth we have no choice anymore but to move. I’m NOT going to censor myself on Twitter or any other social media any longer. If Parler is all we have than so be it. I can still post videos on Bitchute and I can still upload podcasts to anchor and spotify. As long as I can do that I will continue to broadcast. God bless. Story is below.

By Tyler Durden on ZeroHedge

On Wednesday, Twitter announced that tweets containing ‘false or misleading claims about COVID-19 vaccinations’ will be removed.

Tweets claiming that vaccines “intentionally cause harm to control populations” or promote ‘conspiracy theories’ can and will be removed to a post on their official blog;

Moving forward and beginning next week, we are expanding the policy and may require people to remove Tweets which advance harmful false or misleading narratives about COVID-19 vaccinations, including: 

  • False claims that suggest immunizations and vaccines are used to intentionally cause harm to or control populations, including statements about vaccines that invoke a deliberate conspiracy;
  • False claims which have been widely debunked about the adverse impacts or effects of receiving vaccinations; or
  • False claims that COVID-19 is not real or not serious, and therefore that vaccinations are unnecessary.

The company will also “label or place a warning on Tweets that advance unsubstantiated rumors, disputed claims, as well as incomplete or out-of-context information about vaccines.”

Posts will be censored using a combination of technology and human review, and will be conducted in consultation with “local, national and global public health authorities around the world.” couldn’t buy better advertising if they tried…

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