(Natural News) Author and former Rolling Stone contributing editor Matt Taibbi is on a roll in breaking down the contents of the Twitter Files, which show that Stanford University is pushing Big Tech to censor “stories of true vaccine side effects” and “true posts which could fuel hesitancy.”
In post No. 32 of a lengthy Twitter Files revelation chain, Taibbi tweeted that Stanford employees – none of whom are health or medical experts, just to be clear – approached social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter and pushed them to silence the voices of accounts telling the truth about Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines.”
As part of its so-called “Virality Project,” Stanford informed the tech industry that its platforms contained “standard vaccine misinformation” that needed to be removed immediately.
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“The default: posts on your platform spreading clearly false spearing vaccine misinformation that we believe violate your policies,” reads a bullet point in a Virality Project’s outline of action to be taken.
“Known repeat offenders (include) [f]alse or misleading posts from the accounts of well-known repeat offenders, such as Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. or Sherri Tenpenny. This is a large volume of content that is almost always reportable. Ex. RFK posts that 4,000 vaccine adverse reactions were reported to CDC in one week.”
(Related: The Twitter Files also show that the globalist plan is to transform every human being who is still alive in 2025 into a bug-eating transgender.)
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