CDC Sent Big Tech Platforms ‘Instructions’ on Who To Censor

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CDC ordered Big Tech to censor Americans

The CDC sent social media companies instructions on how to censor users who expressed any skepticism or criticism of COVID-19 jabs, according to newly leaked emails.

The emails, between the CDC, Google, Twitter and Meta staffers – some of whom were former Hill and White House aides – were obtained through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, and show collusion between Big Tech and the Biden regime, which included thinly veiled threats for failing to more aggressively censor content.

Over the course of at least six months, starting in December 2020, CDC officials regularly communicated with personnel at Twitter, Facebook, and Google over “vaccine misinformation.” At various times, CDC officials would flag specific posts by users on social media platforms such as Twitter as “example posts.”

In one email to a CDC staffer, a Twitter employee said he is “looking forward to setting up regular chats” with the agency. Other emails show the scheduling of meetings with the CDC over how to best police alleged misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines. -Free Beacon

Zerohedge.com reports: In one April 2021 email between a CDC staffer and Facebook, concern was raised after “algorithms that Facebook and other social media networks are apparently using to screen out posting by sources of vaccine misinformation are also apparently screening out valid public health messaging, including [Wyoming] Health communications.”

Another email from March 2021 from a senior CDC staffer states: “we are working on [sic] project with Census to leverage their infrastructure to identify and monitor social media for vaccine misinformation.”

What’s more, one email chain reveals that a CDC official showed up at Google’s 2020 “Trusted Media Summit” conference, which was held for “journalists, fact-checkers, educators, researchers and others who work in the area of fact-checking, verification, media literacy, and otherwise fighting misinformation.”

When asked by an organizer if the senior CDC official would allow her remarks on YouTube, she declined, saying she was not authorized to speak publicly.

In the same email chain with a senior CDC official, a Google staffer offers to promote an initiative from the World Health Organization about “addressing the COVID-19 infodemic and strengthen community resilience against misinformation.” That same Google staffer offers to introduce the CDC official to a Google colleague who is “working on programs to counter immunization misinfo.” -Free Beacon

Meanwhile, Facebook gave the CDC $15 million in ad credits to use on the company’s platforms in April, 2021.

“This gift will be used by CDC’s COVID-19 response to support the agency’s messages on Facebook, and extend the reach of COVID-19-related Facebook content, including messages on vaccines, social distancing, travel, and other priority communication messages,” reads an internal memo.

As the Beacon notes, the level of coordination between government and big tech raises questions over what extent other private companies are working with the federal government in order to censor the public – including payment processors, Uber and other platforms which have banned the unwashed for wrongthink.

The revelations have also caused the New Civil Liberties Alliance to file a Thursday court document seeking to revive their lawsuit against the government on behalf of deplatformed users.

New Civil Liberties Alliance attorney Jenin Younes told Just the News it incorporated “the revelations about the CDC emails” into a filing Thursday seeking to reopen its case against the feds on behalf of deplatformed users.

federal court dismissed that litigation a month before a whistleblower leaked documents suggesting the Department of Homeland Security’s since-scrapped Disinformation Governance Board planned to “operationalize” its relationship with social media companies to remove content. NCLA cited those documents in its initial motion to reopen in June. -JTN

JTN further notes that the document dump is also likely to come into play in a lawsuit by Missouri and Louisiana AGs against the government for alleged collusion with Big Tech to censor content on the origins of COVID-19, as well as Hunter Biden’s laptop and vote-by-mail election integrity.

The feds filed a motion to dismiss two weeks ago for lack of legal standing and failure to state a claim. The AGs’ responses aren’t due until next week.

AFL’s documents show the CDC shared specific tweets and Facebook and Instagram posts as examples of content to remove, including an interview with a former Pfizer vice president, Michael Yeadon, who advised against taking “top up” vaccines, meaning boosters.

The agency inserted its own COVID recommendations into Google’s code, received $15 million in Facebook ad credits to promote its messaging, and even notified Facebook that Wyoming’s public health messages were getting throttled as misinformation. -JTN

Recall that just one day after top health officials had a conference call to discuss a Zero Hedge article which highlighted a now-withdrawn paper from researchers in India suggesting “HIV-like insertions” in COVID-19, Twitter banned our account for roughly two months – with the tech giant claiming we doxxed a Chinese scientist (with publicly available information) in another article.

Thanks to a recent Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for Fauci’s emails, we know that the National Institutes of Health was not only aware of the Indian report, but were actively discussing how to handle it.

A January 31, 2020 email from AFP’s Issam Ahmed asks NIH immunologist Dr. Barney Graham for comment:

“I was told by a contact you may be willing to give an opinion of this paper that has just gone live. It suggests the new Coronavirus has four inserts similar to HIV-1 and this is not a coincidence,” reads the email.

Graham immediately forwards the correspondence to the Office of Communications and Government Relations (OCGR)saying “This is one we don’t want to answer without high-level input, but wanted you to know about the rising controversy.”

Two days later, Jennifer Routh OCGR replies, telling Graham: “OCGR is going to send a note to the reporter to decline, noting that the paper is not peer-reviewed. Please let us know if you receive similar requests.”

That same Sunday morning, Fauci is looped in – with Sir Jeremy Farrar forwarding Zero Hedge‘s article after mentioning how World Health Organization Director Tedros Adhanom and the organization’s cabinet chief were in ‘conclave’ – ostensibly on how to manage the narrative – noting “If they do prevaricate [bullshit the public], I would appreciate a call with you later tonight or tomorrow to think how we might take forward.”

“Do you have a minute for a quick call?” Fauci replies, after having called the Indian paper “really outlandish.”

Of course, the Indian paper was quickly withdrawn by its authors, and the notion that COVID-19 could have been man-made was rendered radioactive – for a while.

Is it any question how our Twitter (and Google) deplatformings happened, before both companies chose to reverse their decisions?

6 Comments

  1. It wasn’t only Indian research that linked the jabs to hiv inserts Stanford uni researchers did too. And it was well known globally, but obviously silenced by donations from those who have vested interests in vaccinations.
    Anyway facts speak for themselves Put hospitals were not overflowing, the ambis unable to kerp up to the point that the government had to get the firemen to assist by driving the ambulances too, ever before the jabs. Never ever in my life and right now there’s more hospitals by far, than ever before. And yet in my childhood we didn’t get hardly any vaccines. Definitely not for measles mumps or chicken pox, just diphtheria whooping cough and polio. That’s all And at 14 German measles. And I refused to ever be vaccinated to travel anywhere.

  2. Lived at the dump with the mumps as they kicked me out to the street at -20 after trafficking me in and than they rewrote blinded by the light to include that human trafficking and left to die fact also just to kick me down.Mine was the standard 3mins40secs their REWRITE was like 7mins long UNHEARD of in the music radio industry but they used theirs ANYWAY just to kick the hughes`s KID ONE more time with a few more chest stomp in`s for howard taking down BIG AL

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    I know it’s just a silly meme and I can appreciate the ingenuity but it piss me off more. So this shitty blogger site that is apparently classified as part of so-called ‘big tech’ is openly covering for pedophiles with censorship and instead of ditching it, you find a way to bypass censorship and continue to contribute to their profits. What does it say about you? Perhaps I’m way too aggressive, but so-called ‘big tech’ should be hammered by every script kiddy in the world. Their servers should be inaccessible, ghost town wreck and their profits in the toilet. Crash it down! Make these platforms unusable! Fight back, ffs!

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