It’s June 2023. Big Tech announced this week that they are rolling back “misinformation” measures on the 2020 election and COVID policies.
This comes three years after the COVID pandemic and nearly three years after the massively controversial 2020 presidential election.
NOW you can discuss these subjects on social media. And if you lost your account years ago when you questioned the regime, tough luck.
Is anyone going to fall for this? We now know that websites like The Gateway Pundit and others CORRECTLY reported on:
** The actual COVID mortality rate
** The real dangers to children – more will drown than die from COVID
** The effectiveness of masks on healthy people
** The random 6 foot distancing rule
** The lab origins of the COVID virus
** The dangers of the vaccine
** The effectiveness of Hydroxychloroquine
** The effectiveness of Ivermectin
** Ivermectin use in humans and animals
We could go on and on…
The Gateway Pundit reporting was accurate and timely. We could have helped saved tens of thousands of lives. But the regime and Big Tech shut us down.
We also led the coverage of the controversial 2020 election. And we still stand by our reporting.
Now the Tech Giants are allowing users to speak freely on the 2020 election and COVID policy.
What wicked people.
Ahead of the 2024 election cycle, the world’s largest tech companies are walking back policies meant to curb misinformation around COVID-19 and the 2020 election.
Why it matters: Social media platforms are arguing that the risk of harm no longer outweighs the benefits of political dialogue, drawing concerns from lawmakers and consumer advocacy leaders.
Driving the news: YouTube last week confirmed that it will reverse its election integrity policy to leave up content that says fraud, errors or glitches occurred in the 2020 presidential election.
Meta on Monday reinstated the Instagram account of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who was removed from the platform in 2021 for posting misinformation about COVID.
Apparently, the Tech Giants see this as a noble gesture. What awful people.