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The Wall Street Journal Admits COVID Censorship Caused Deaths

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In a new op-ed from the Wall Steet Journal, they admit that Covid Censorship Proved to Be Deadly, and “Government and social-media companies colluded to stifle dissenters who turned out to be right.”

Social media firms like Twitter and Facebook withheld important information regarding lockdowns, face masks, and “vaccines” in coordination with the federal government. Had more people been able to access this information, a much smaller number of people would have perished.

The so-called “virus” turned out to have killed relatively few, if any, individuals. The majority of deaths were caused by everything else, including the anxiety and dread, forced social isolation, and having to put a piece of fabric or plastic over one’s breathing holes.

Numerous thousands, if not millions of individuals died as a result of improper hospital procedures (such as the use of ventilators and remdesivir). Furthermore, Big Tech contributed to the concealment of the truth by designating any internet warnings as “disinformation.”

“Legions of doctors stayed quiet after witnessing the demonization of their peers who challenged the COVID orthodoxy,” the Journal reported about the matter. “A little censorship leads people to watch what they say. Millions of patients and citizens were deprived of important insights as a result.”

“Health authorities and TV doctors insisted young people were vulnerable, demanded toddlers wear masks, closed schools, beaches and parks, and were loath to contemplate crucial cost-benefit analysis. The economy? Mental health? Never heard of them.”

Government Censorship Was The Real Enemy

The restriction of knowledge regarding hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and ivermectin, which prevented the general public from using easy-to-use, risk-free treatments for COVID, also contributed to the spread of death across the nation.

In the meantime, the government invested $6 trillion in a variety of other remediations, such as Operation Warp Speed and the subsequent train crash that resulted in tens of millions of people suffering from severe adverse effects or passing away.

When it comes to really halting the spread, these shots are categorically ineffective, but it hasn’t prevented the government, the media, or social media from relentlessly promoting them. The consequences of this jab push’s tremendous public health expenditures have only recently started.

The year of the “vaccine,” 2021, was actually the worst for excess mortality. Prior to then, very few people were passing away from COVID, despite media fabrications that people were dying all over the place from a fictitious epidemic.

“Excess mortality in most high-income nations was worse in 2021 and 2022 than in 2020, the initial pandemic year,” the Journal explained. “Many poorer nations with less government control seemed to fare better. Sweden, which didn’t have a lockdown, performed better than nearly every other advanced nation.”

“After navigating 2020 with relative success, young and middle-age healthy people in rich nations began dying in unprecedented numbers in 2021 and 2022. Health authorities haven’t focused enough on this cataclysm of premature death from non-COVID heart attacks, strokes, pulmonary embolisms, kidney failure and cancer.”

The power of the internet has allowed the truth to continue to spread despite all suppression. Authorities are striving to further restrict free speech because they are aware of this.

“Digital censorship is their response to this crisis of authority,” is how the Journal op-ed put it.

SOURCE: THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

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Facebook, Instagram and Threads suffer major global outages on Super Tuesday

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Facebook, Instagram, and Threads, the trio of social media platforms under Meta’s umbrella, encountered a significant worldwide outage on Tuesday, disrupting user experiences across the globe.

During the outage, Facebook users found themselves unexpectedly logged out of their accounts and faced difficulties logging back in or changing passwords. Similarly, Instagram users encountered a frustrating “Couldn’t refresh feed” message, while Threads presented itself as a blank page.

The impact of the outage was widespread, with over 560,000 Facebook users initially reporting issues on Downdetector.com, a website that tracks service outages. As the situation progressed, the number of reported outages decreased to approximately 130,000 by shortly after 11 a.m. ET. Likewise, Instagram witnessed a surge in reported problems, with nearly 90,000 users affected at the peak of the outage. However, this figure diminished to around 25,000 users as the situation unfolded.

Meta’s spokesperson, Andy Stone, utilized X, formerly known as Twitter, to acknowledge the ongoing issues, stating, “We’re aware people are having trouble accessing our services. We are working on this now.”

This recent outage isn’t the first time Meta’s platforms have experienced such widespread disruption. In 2021, Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, and Messenger, all subsidiaries of Meta, suffered a five-hour outage attributed to a faulty server update, according to statements from the company.

The recurrence of such outages raises concerns about the reliability and robustness of Meta’s infrastructure, particularly given the massive user base relying on its platforms for communication, networking, and content consumption. Users and observers alike are left questioning the adequacy of Meta’s measures to prevent and swiftly address such disruptions in the future.

As Meta works to resolve the current outage and restore normalcy to its platforms, the incident serves as a stark reminder of the vulnerabilities inherent in our digital dependencies and the need for continuous vigilance in maintaining online services at scale.

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BOMBSHELL: New documents reveal that CISA tried censoring pro-Trump tweets in attempt to hide potential election fraud

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Today, America First Legal (AFL) released documents obtained from litigation against the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), revealing CISA flagged text messages supporting President Donald J. Trump for potential censorship. 

Documents previously obtained by AFL reveal that CISA was actively working to censor narratives about mail-in voting risks as “disinformation” ahead of the 2020 election. These new documents released today reveal that even after the election took place, CISA continued to be more concerned with securing Director Krebs’s narrative that this was “the most secure in American history,” rather than investigating whether the election was actually secure.

CISA Flagging Pro-Trump Political Text Messages

On November 9, 2020, the day after the 2020 election, Brian Scully, a member of the “DHS Countering Foreign Interference Task Force” of CISA, sent an email with the subject “Text Msgs.” The email contained screenshots of fundraising texts for President Trump and the #StopTheSteal effort.

In his email, Scully noted, “A text message I just received. Fundraising around stop the steal.” 

A colleague at CISA replied “What’s your thoughts on how to handle? Or just for FYSA?” This email suggests that CISA was looking for every opportunity to take action to potentially censor conservative pro-Trump speech. 

Scully replied, “I think FYSA. Not sure we can do anything with something I get on my own.”

CISA’s Post-election “Disinformation Sitrep”

After election day, CISA continued to collect mis- and dis-information reports through “official channels” and “3rd Party fact checkers.” Despite CISA’s understanding that the 2020 election actually presented more risks due to the widespread adoption of mail-in voting, CISA officials automatically assumed all reported suspicions of fraud to be part of a “False Narrative” that required “counter-messaging.”

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Texas Attor­ney Gen­er­al Ken Pax­ton Wins $700 Mil­lion Set­tle­ment with Google for Anti­com­pet­i­tive Practices

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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, together with attorneys general from every state and many territories, have reached a $700 million settlement with Google for their anticompetitive behavior related to the Google Play Store.

Google has been ordered to pay $630 million in reparations to customers who purchased on the Google Play Store between August 2016 and September 2023 who were injured by Google’s anticompetitive actions. In addition, the internet behemoth will pay the states an extra $70 million in fines. The deal also compels Google to improve its business operations in order to reduce its unfair market advantage over other firms and consumers.

In 2021, a group of state attorneys general sued Google for illegally monopolizing the market for Android app distribution and in-app payment processing. Google, in particular, entered into anticompetitive arrangements to prohibit other app shops from being installed on Android devices, bribed important app developers not to launch items on competitor app stores, and erected technical obstacles to discourage users from directly downloading apps to their devices.

“Texas has led the nation in the fight to hold giant tech companies accountable for monopolistic activity,” said Attorney General Paxton. “I am proud that this settlement brought together so many states who recognized the importance of protecting free markets.”

To read the settlement, click here.

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