(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – A new report from WND reveals that Joe Biden’s surgeon general demanded on Thursday that major social media companies provide detailed information to the government concerning COVID-19 “misinformation” on their platforms.
Dr. Vivek Murthy, the surgeon general, stated that he wants to know “exactly how many users saw or may have been exposed to instances of COVID-19 misinformation.” In the notice, he asked for aggregate data concerning demographic groups that might have been disproportionately affected by the misinformation, according to a report from the New York Times.
Murthy, having set a deadline of May 2, also went on to demand that Big Tech companies provide information concerning major sources of COVID “misinformation,” including those that sell “unproven” products, services, and treatments.
“Technology companies now have the opportunity to be open and transparent with the American people about the misinformation on their platforms,” Murthy went on to say in an emailed statement to the Times.
“This is about protecting the nation’s health,” he added.
Sure it is.
Let’s be real. This is about political power and lining the pockets of Big Pharma. Nothing more. By keeping the pandemic going and creating vaccine mandates, the government can usurp more power for itself, and provide a whole lot of cash for companies like Pfizer and Moderna. They are working together on this.
The Times pointed out that denying this request for information “does not carry a penalty, but the notice represents the first formal request from the Biden administration of the tech companies to submit Covid-19 misinformation data, according to the surgeon general’s office.”
“The White House has stepped into the controversy over top-rated podcaster Joe Rogan’s interviews with prominent medical scientists Dr. Robert Malone and Dr. Peter McCullough, essentially calling for censorship. Press secretary Jan Psaki has declared that flagging ‘misinformation’ contrary to the government’s narrative is not enough, and social media platforms must do more,” the WND report says.
During an interview with MSNBC that was conducted back in January, Murthy stated that social media “platforms still have not stepped up to do the right thing, and do enough, I should say, to reduce the spread of misinformation.”
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) January 25, 2022
“Six months ago, Murthy issued a first formal advisory accusing Big Tech of failing to do its public duty, calling misinformation ‘an urgent threat to public health,'” WND says.
“In February, as WND reported, the Department of Homeland Security issued a bulletin naming ‘proliferation of false or misleading narratives’ regarding COVID-19 and the 2020 election as among the top terror threats. The National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin warned of a heightened threat of terror due in part to ‘an online environment filled with false or misleading narratives and conspiracy theories, and other forms of mis- dis- and mal-information (MDM) introduced and/or amplified by foreign and domestic threat actors,'” the report continues.
The Times report then notes Murthy’s request for information is part of Biden’s COVID National Preparedness Plan, which his administration revealed on Wednesday following the State of the Union address.
The report says that Murthy is also looking for information from health care providers and the general public concerning how coronavirus “misinformation” has influenced patients and communities.
“We’re asking anyone with relevant insights — from original research and datasets, to personal stories that speak to the role of misinformation in public health — to share them with us,” he commented.
This whole spreading “misinformation” stuff has come about as many top health officials and scientists have started to change their tunes on masks, vaccines, and lockdowns, along with other efforts to fight the virus, confirming many of the claims made by esteemed scientists and medical professionals who, at the start of this whole thing, were deemed as “fringe” and “conspiracy theorists.”
“In November, for example, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla charged people are spreading ‘misinformation’ about the vaccines, calling them ‘criminals’ who have cost ‘millions of lives.’ However, Bourla acknowledged in January that two doses of his vaccine ‘offer very limited protection, if any’ against the dominant omicron variant. And he said the mRNA vaccines ‘don’t have the safety profile that we hoped we can achieve with this technology,'” the report from WND says.
The FDA approved the Pfizer jab for children one week after an FDA advisory panel voted to recommend it, despite acknowledging the lack oif safety data and close to 100 percent survival rating for kids who contract COVID.
Michael P. Senger, a lawyer who has published a number of books about the pandemic, noticed Thursday on Twitter, “Virtually everything the US Surgeon General has labeled ‘misinformation’ has been proven true.”
He went on to write:
-Lockdowns saved no one from COVID
-Mass testing led to a permanent “pandemic”
-Cloth masks don’t work
-Vaccines don’t prevent infection or transmission
Dr. Joseph Ladapo, surgeon general for the state of Florida, recounted evidence that wearing masks does not actually save lives during a news conference held on Thursday.
JUST NOW: @FLSurgeonGen Dr. Joseph Ladapo goes off about masks.
"These are hard to find in Florida… People across the political spectrum, including doctors, think these things are saving lives. These are not saving lives."
— Evan Donovan (@EvanDonovan) March 3, 2022
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