That’s right, Twitter’s not trusting the science, but they are definitely pushing the narrative and agenda of the governments of the world.
Twitter will begin imposing penalties on users who claim that vaccinated people can spread Covid-19, even though it’s 100% factual that vaccinated people can spread Covid-19 and get it. Elizabeth Warren fully vaccinated and double boosted just caught Covid-19 on Sunday.
“When tweets include misleading information about Covid-19, we may place a label on those tweets that includes corrective information about that claim,” the website notes in a section detailing its rules about Covid-19 misinformation. “We may apply labels to tweets that contain, for example… false or misleading claims that people who have received the vaccine can spread or shed the virus (or symptoms, or immunity) to unvaccinated people.”
Users can receive penalties up to a permanent ban, like they did to our founder Matt Couch who shared an article from the famed Dr. Vladimir Zalenko who absolutely has been right about everything Covid-19 related.
The change was made on December 2, according to a Wayback Machine archives retrieved by Reclaim the Net.
The policy contradicts the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance, which notes that “risk for SARS-CoV-2 infection in fully vaccinated people cannot be completely eliminated as long as their is continued community transmission of the virus.”
The CDC also adds the following:
Penalties rage from a 12-hour account lock after the second strike, and a permanent suspension – or ban – on the fifth strike. Or you could just be tyrannical and indefinitely suspend someone for sharing an actual doctors interview like they did Matt Couch.
The new tyrannical guidance comes just two weeks after CEO Jack Dorsey’s Nov 29 announcement that he was stepping down to focus on cryptocurrency and leaving radical leftist Parag Agrawal as his successor.
Agrawal has red flagged many free speech advocates and constitutionalists alike with another sweeping rules change.
Twitter changed the language to this after receiving a ton of criticism.