New Twitter Files Reveal Pharmaceutical Industry Lobbied Social Media to Censor Tweets About Vaccines

by Libertarian Country January 17, 2023

New Twitter Files Reveal Pharmaceutical Industry Lobbied Social Media to Censor Tweets About Vaccines

Since Elon Musk took over Twitter, many theorized matters of corruption between government agencies and corporate lobbyists have become known.  

Speculations that would have gotten you suspended from social media a year ago for being fake news are now being revealed to be true. Although the mainstream media at large is not actively reporting on these revelations, the information is still out there.  

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The latest drop comes from investigative journalist Lee Fang who published a series of threads on Twitter that show the lobbying group Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), funded by Pfizer and Moderna, paid $1,275,000 to The Public Good Projects to create a content moderation campaign that influenced Twitter’s Covid misinformation policy.  

While we have long suspected collusion between big pharma and social media, you can see below in released documents that they did indeed conspire to manipulate public opinion and government policy regarding covid vaccinations, passports, and suppression of generic vaccines to fight covid19.  

Below are the releases from Lee Fang: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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