Social media giants on Tuesday expanded their censorship of skeptical perspectives on the coronavirus by blocking links and search results.
Users will receive this warning: “This URL goes against our Community Standards on spam.”
The top of the website features an advertisement for Plandemic: Indoctornation, a follow-up to the documentary Plandemic, which featured research scientist Dr. Judy Mikovits.
She appears for a second interview about the coronavirus.
Technology and social media corporations engaged in a similar censorship for the original Plandemic documentary.
Notably, social media corporations also censored the Frontline Doctors and the California doctors who questioned the response to the coronavirus.
Producer Mikki Willis created both documentaries.
The documentary explores the operations of the Global Monitoring Preparedness Board, a group within the World Health Organization.
The board members include:
- Dr. Chris Elias, President of Global Development at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
- Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
- Dr. George F. Guo, the Director-General for the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention
The video also discusses a recommendation, found on page 10 of the “Annual report on global preparedness for health emergencies,” that there be “training and simulation exercises” for a global pandemic by September 2020.
“The United Nations (including WHO) conducts at least two system-wide training and simulation exercises, including one for covering the deliberate release of a lethal respiratory pathogen,” the report said.
Meanwhile, Instragram and TikTok have banned searches for the word “plandemic.”
When users search the phrase on these platforms, their search engines fraudulently respond that they yield “no results,” Reclaim The Net reported.
TikTok informs users: “This phrase may be associated with behavior or content that violates our guidelines.”
Instagram has blocked “recent posts” with “plandemic” but is allowing top posts, which often come from unreliable news sources such as USA Today, The Hill, and CNN.
Both Facebook and Twitter allow searches for “plandemic,” but the first result on both platforms is a state-approved link.
Facebook leads users to the “COVID-19 Information Center,” where they instruct people to remain “6 feet…from others” and to cover their “mouth and nose in public with a cloth face covering.”
The next results come from corporate media news agencies that label the documentary a “conspiracy theory.”
Twitter tells users to “Know the Facts” and provides a link to website and Twitter page for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
On Twitter, users have the option to follow links to freedomplatform.tv, but they will receive an ominous warning message before doing so: “Warning: This link may be unsafe.”
Since social media platforms oftentimes provide the portal through which average internet users access other websites and news sources, Facebook and Twitter’s decisions to block domain addresses represents a significant escalation in online censorship.