The big question I posed on Twitter... which got me blocked

After I heard that Elon Musk was buying Twitter, I thought maybe the culture would be different. So I signed up again. And to my surprise they allowed my account to continue to be active.
Within 4 days I had about 175,000 followers and I was sharing information.

This morning I posted the following question:

According to the CDC, healthy children have a 99.998% recovery rate from COVID-19 with NO treatment. What is the rationale for vaccinating this demographic? 

↑ This tweet got me suspended! Which rules am I violating exactly? ↑

I thought this was a legitimate question. However, within about 2 minutes my account was suspended.

I don't really care about Twitter, I care about you! I want to be able to convey and transmit information effectively. To the best of my knowledge, the information I convey and transmit is accurate. It's the true narrative based on my experience, research, teaching and so on.

I think the real victim here is the American people who are being censored. Only the false narrative is being pumped into the homes of the American people.

Anything that has legitimate medical truth is being suppressed.


4 thoughts on “The big question I posed on Twitter... which got me blocked

Lori H

I fear for our children and all their adults who have been brainwashed by the fear narrative.

June 7, 2022 at 16:09pm
Ann Fisher

I love your explanation of what is happening! It is so true. Let us try from the grass roots to influence others about the jab, about the tyranny overtaking the world. I try in subtle ways everyday to make people think about what is really going on to wake them up. There are so many of us we need to stand strong!

June 7, 2022 at 16:09pm

Dear Doctor! Thank you for your great work! For keeping the oath to the “Father of Medicine”! For standing up for what is right!

June 7, 2022 at 16:10pm
Miller Michele M.

You’re an angel.

May 4, 2022 at 08:29am

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