Thanks to the mass hysteria surrounding the measles “outbreaks” this year and the threatening letters sent by Congressman Adam Shiff, Amazon will now be removing books that other people have told them “promote supposed ‘cures’ for autism.”1 The suppression of free speech is in full swing: we are essentially banning books again.
“Last week, fellow tech giant Facebook announced it is cracking down on the spread of vaccine misinformation. Facebook will now reduce the rankings of pages and groups that promote medical myths across the platform, taking action against verifiable vaccine hoaxes, the company said. According to the company, the steps it is taking will make misinformation appear less frequently in News Feeds, public and private pages and groups, search predictions and recommendations.”1
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, has blamed all the recent measles infections at the feet of those who don’t vaccinate, saying that it’s been “scientifically proven over many years to be safe and effective in preventing measles.” And yet, in order to believe that you’d have to ignore countless stories to the contrary and the hundreds of reports (including deaths) on VAERS.
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