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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Gov’t Pushes Media, Big Tech to be Consistent w/ Inconsistent COVID Claims

'We acknowledge the mistakes made in these cases, and we are reviewing our team’s protocol... '

(Chris Parker, Headline USA) Federal officials and mainstream media outlets are pressuring Big Tech to continue censoring COVID information and maintain a consistent narrative.

That pressure is ramping up despite inconsistent data driving drastic changes to official policies, reported Just the News.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently announced an agency-wide overhaul after its reputation was “battered by a series of missteps in the Covid-19 pandemic and a slow response to the monkeypox outbreak.” It also also struggled with “confusing messaging” on how to isolation times and procedures.

“For 75 years, CDC and public health have been preparing for Covid-19, and in our big moment, our performance did not reliably meet expectations,” agency chief Rochelle Walensky said in the email sent to the agency’s employees. “

My goal is a new, public health action-oriented culture at CDC that emphasizes accountability, collaboration, communication, and timeliness.”

Despite the fumbling COVID narrative, Twitter has still been rebuked for censoring and suspending the “wrong” people. Those who agree with the narrative have been confused with those who don’t as Twitter’s algorithms struggle to keep up with the constant changes.

“We’re always working to improve the safety of our service and ensuring we provide avenues of recourse when we get it wrong through our appeals processes,” Twitter spokesperson Celeste Carswell said.

“We acknowledge the mistakes made in these cases, and we are reviewing our team’s protocol to safeguard against such mistakes in the future.”

However, those critical of the narrative have also been censored for publishing fact-based, peer-reviewed posts. Dr. Clare Craig, a diagnostic pathologist, was one such user after she exposed – using science – how Pfizer used the facts surrounding its vaccine to gain approval for children.

“There’s an awful lot about this trial that has shocked me,” she said in a video posted to Twitter. “The trial recruited 4,526 children aged from six months to four years old; 3,000 of these children did not make it to the end of the trial. That was a huge number, two-thirds of them.”

Her account was suspended for discussing that fact and stating that it should’ve rendered the trail “null and void.” It has since been restored. YouTube also suspended her channel.

Alex Berenson, a former New York Times journalist, also believes his account was suspended after the feds pressured Twitter to ban him. His account has also since been restored as part of a lawsuit. Berenson frequently questioned the official COVID narrative in his Tweets.

Twitter may also be caving to powers outside of the US. Ahmad Abouammo, a dual US-Lebanese who worked as a manager at Twitter, was fired and convicted of working as a spy for Saudi Arabia.

Twitter has also refused to disclose the actual number of bots on the platform, which have the potential to pose a security threat.

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