It’s Time for Us To Suspend Twitter for Spreading False and Misleading Information About the Safety of the C0VID Vaxxines
By Steve Kirsch
Twitter cancelled me for spreading false and misleading information. Here’s the original post I made about this and here’s the proof that my post was not misleading.
When I read through the posts on Twitter about the vaccines being safe and effective, it is very clear that it is Twitter that is spreading misinformation that is killing people.
But they aren’t holding themselves accountable for that. So it’s up to us.
I have decided to fund a massive ad campaign to encourage all Americans who believe in free speech to dump Twitter and switch to Gab, Telegram, and/or substack.
Step #1 is building a team with the talents to pull this off. Once we perfect this, we can replicate with the other platforms that censor the truth and allow false information to be spread.
If you want to help, please register here and check the “Twitter Switch Project” box.
If you have interest and expertise in this area, please register using this form (check the Twitter Switch Project box) and note any extra special skills at the end of the form.
Note: If you’ve already filled out the form, just edit it by adding the new checkbox.
As of Nov 26, we have 35 people interested in this project and over 400 people with various skills wanting to help out in other capacities.
Australian National Review is also launching its own campaign to encourage people to dump Fakebook, Instasham, Screwtube.
A new social media platform Truthbook.social https://www.
Powered by Australian National Review an independent, not-for-profit news media company, built by the people for the people, as well.
Also, the platform will be known as ANR Social too.
It will be censor-free and blockchain protected, it combines the best of YouTube Features for uploading videos, plus Telegram and Facebook-type features for ease of sharing articles or content and to keep in touch with family and friends privately and securely away from the eyes of the Government Agencies.
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