Throughout the last two years, Twitter has purged countless voices in the name of preventing the spread of "misleading and potentially harmful information related to COVID-19." World renowned doctors and scientific experts have found themselves wiped from the face of the platform for simply stating facts or predicting things that would eventually come true.
One of the people who has been censored the most is Robert W Malone MD, MS who is one of the inventors of mRNA & DNA vaccines. Dr. Malone has been outspoken about the way the establishment system handled, or rather mishandled, the covid crisis.
His Twitter account had grown to over a half million followers late last year before the platform decided that his alternative views on the pandemic were a danger to the narrative. So they banned him.
Instead of standing up for the free exchange of ideas by experts — which is how science works — the left cheered for Malone's censorship, calling him a kook while celebrating the tools of tyrants.
"Blocked again, for a week this time," Berenson said on his Substack. "For this tweet, which is completely accurate and does nothing but quote PFIZER'S OWN CLINICAL TRIAL DATA."
The list goes on.
There seems to be a common theme among those who are banned and those who are not and it has quickly become obvious. If you toe the establishment line and repeat their narrative, you can bend and even break rules that would otherwise result in bans and censorship.
Just last week, after Washington Post columnist and technology reporter Taylor Lorenz wrapped up an anti-bullying campaign for online journalists — literally coming to tears over it and stating that it is not okay under any circumstances — Lorenz began a campaign of her own. Her target, the woman behind the page Libs of TikTok.
Though the establishment left claimed that Lorenz didn't actually dox the owner of Libs of TikTok, the first revision of her article (archived in this link) on WaPo contained her actual private home address.
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The publishing of private addresses like this is not only against Twitter's terms of service but it also borders on illegal activity — especially if it is meant to drive intimidation, harassment, or stalking. This intent was unmistakable in the piece published in WaPo.
Nevertheless, their piece flourished on the platform and received widespread and viral distribution. But it gets worse.
After the article was published, calls for murdering the owner of Libs of TikTok began to gain traction on the platform. One tweet in particular, directly called for the assassination of Chaya Raichik and included a video of a person loading an AR-15, clearly establishing their intent.
After this tweet, Libs of TikTok's Raichik reported it and much to her surprise, Twitter found no violation of their policies.
This account literally called for and attempted to garner support for the assassination of an innocent woman and Twitter found nothing wrong with it. The account has since been deleted — likely due to the massive backlash it received — but it was clear from Twitter's initial response that they were uninterested in stopping it.
We have seen Tucker Carlson, Charlie Kirk, The Babylon Bee, Kellie-Jay Keen, Meghan Murphy, and many others temporarily banned or permanently banned for saying "men aren't women," yet death threats and doxing from the establishment are fine and dandy.
Whether or not you agree with Libs of TikTok is irrelevant. They are not engaging in doxing, are not making death threats and are merely providing a larger platform for videos that people are publicly posting online.
When a reaction to a person's free speech involves calls for violence and subsequently condoning those calls for violence, this is worrisome. And, the fact that the establishment is the one engaging in this behavior, while simultaneously chastising others for their free speech, speaks to the nature of their intent.
The good news is that they can no longer hide it.