Last week I posted a video on my Facebook of Dr Robert Malone who is the inventor of mRNA technology and is himself vaccinated. In it, Malone warned parents that the vaccine is not a good idea for children, but Facebook decided it was a post that needed to be censored.
Here is a doctor, a scientist and an inventor. He was on the front lines and he was censored by Facebook fact-checkers who I doubt were doctors or scientists.
In July, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention withdrew its request to the Food and Drug Administration for authorization of emergency use of the CDC 2019-Novel Coronavirus Real-Time PCR diagnostic panel first introduced in February. 2020 for the detection of COVID-19, citing concerns that the test did not differentiate between COVID-19 and seasonal flu, according to a press release issued by the CDC.
âThe CDC recommends that clinical labs and testing sites that have used the CDC 2019-nCoV RT-PCR test select and begin their transition to another FDA-cleared COVID-19 test. The CDC encourages laboratories to consider adopting a multiplexed method that can facilitate the detection and differentiation of SARS-CoV-2 and influenza viruses, âthe CDC said in the press release available online at https://www.cdc.gov.
If you’re a Village or Valley News reader, you would have known this a long time ago, but this information has been censored by these social media fact-checkers, even though the CDC previously admitted it on their website. and its social networks.
One of the world’s most famous quarterbacks, Aaron Rodgers, reported to Joe Rogan, who has arguably the world’s largest podcast audience, that the NFL uses the same diet for people who get COVID-19 as the doctor. of Joe Rogan gave it to him after being diagnosed with the disease. This regimen included ivermectin and there are also published reports that members of Congress were also treated with ivermectin for COVID. Rogan and Rodgers are both now recovering from COVID-19, thanks to these treatments which are now provided to the elite but not shared with the general public.
So why is this important? Because if doctors give it to NFL players, Hollywood stars, national radio hosts, and even members of Congress, while the general public continues to suffer and in some cases even die, eh well, that’s just plain wrong.
This begs the question, why can the elite get vital information and prescriptions and the masses censored?
For those of us talking about these things on social media, we run the risk of being censored like I did with my post of the Malone video.
While many people flock to social media for information, fact-checkers and censorship are rife. It’s just not the best place to get information. Nowhere in the constitution does it guarantee freedom of expression on social media, but the First Amendment guarantees freedom of the press, as well as freedom of speech, petition and assembly.
Freedom of speech is the cornerstone of our democracy and our social media, but censoring this freedom robs us of this ability to hold our government and those who represent us to account. This censorship robs us of our right to know and to decide what is best for us and our families, but in reputable and repeatedly awarded newspapers, like Village and Valley News, there is no censorship. Every week, we provide our readers with the information they need to make informed decisions, just like we did when we reported that the vaccine is not a good idea for children, based on research de Malone and other world famous physicians.
Print is simply superior to social media. We not only allow the free exchange of thoughts and ideas, but we also encourage it, and once something is printed it is a permanent record that can never be altered, deleted or censored in any way. it would be. Statistically, newspaper readers are simply more informed and smarter than those who don’t read newspapers.
So if you want to protect your First Amendment rights, stand up and support the newspapers by reading them. And while you’re at it, why not support the companies that support them as well?