Twitter: Home for censorship.
The new dark age of silencing: For Twitter, it doesn’t matter that the American Heart Association (AHA) is a respected medical organization. Nor does it matter that the AHA annually runs a conference where researchers present their research under rigorous rules that prevent shoddy work from being submitted.
No, all that matters to Twitter is that a paper happened to document the potential risks of the mRNA shots against COVID-19 to the cardiovascular systems of patients, risks that were significant and that should cause a serious reconsideration about the administration of these experimental drugs.
For Twitter, such research is unacceptable, and it must be banned!
Dr. Steven R. Gundry of the International Heart and Lung Institute wrote an abstract that raised a concern about mRNA vaccines for COVID-19 potentially raising the inflammatory markers in the blood. Gundry’s group has been conducting a long-term study of the risk for a new Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS). Patients in the clinic have received a clinically validated measurement of multiple blood protein biomarkers called the PULS score every 3-6 months for eight years. The study began before the pandemic and has accumulated a significant history for participants. But Twitter decided the information that the group found is dangerous. [emphasis mine]
For Twitter, nothing negative can ever be said about the jab. It is godlike, perfect, and must be supported in all publications. For scientists to publish research with the American Heart Association that dares raise questions about the jab’s safety is verboten, and thus Twitter’s all wise moderators, all obviously trained as doctors and scientists, acted to censor such a report, as shown in the screenshot below.
The absurdity of Twitter’s warning to the right is beyond insane. Twitter’s moderators have no training or capabilities for determining whether this research is “spammy” or “unsafe.” No, these uneducated dolts simply do not like the researchers’ conclusions, and therefore quickly moved like jack-booted thugs to censor that research.
The truth is that anyone with any competence at all who wants to be taken seriously must get off Twitter now. Even if Twitter did not censor the AHA, it actually stains the reputation of that respected organization to use Twitter.
Twitter is a childish cesspool of snarky stupidity. No scientist, researcher, respected journalist, or anyone who wants to be seen as a serious and legitimate source of information should use it. Dump it, now. It won’t hurt your traffic in any serious way, since no one of any importance uses it. The general public certainly doesn’t.
So, rather than fight Twitter, the AHA should consider this action by Twitter as guidepost, and use it to tell Twitter to go to hell. That would its right response to such an oppressive and stupid organization.
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