Twitter suspended the Informed Consent Action Network on Thursday once they announced that they would soon be sharing more emails from Fauci.
ICAN, an organization that deals with increasing informed consent about vaccinations, shared a tweet on Thursday that after the release of thousands of pages of the emails of Fauci that had been exposed through Freedom of Information Act request from the Washington Post and Buzzfeed, they would be “dropping 3000 new pages of FOIA’d Fauci emails” that evening, “providing further insight into Anthony Fauci’s actions on Covid, Vaccine Safety, and more.”
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Michelle Malkin, a conservative commentator, shared that ICAN received a ban on Twitter for announcing they would release more emails from Dr. Anthony Fauci. Malkin shared a screenshot to the Big Tech site; ICAN’s Twitter had been locked because the tweet was “violating their policy on spreading misleading and potentially harmful information related to COVID-19.”
My friends at @ICANdecide were suspended by Twitter today for reporting that they have 3,000 additional pages of Fauci's emails they obtained thru FOIA! They'll be posting at https://t.co/2FAmuN6pfZ tonight. Spread the word & help crowdsource review of the emails! pic.twitter.com/BMoNMjMNUv
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) June 3, 2021
Twitter on its website declared: “in order for content related to COVID-19 to be labeled or removed under this policy, it must: advance a claim of fact, expressed in definitive terms; be demonstrably false or misleading, based on widely available, authoritative sources; and be likely to impact public safety or cause serious harm.”
The other five categories within this policy linked to discussions about the coronavirus outbreak don’t seem to contain rules which would have resulted in the tweet from ICAN being removed.
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One email chain dating from February 2020 presents that Fauci wasn’t concerned with the COVID-19 new variant and thought it would be like the previous swine flu pandemic from 2009.
But, in another email, Fauci explained that most transmissions of the virus happen when people are symptomatic, not asymptomatic. Moreover, Fauci believed that even though asymptomatic, its spread isn’t rare but common.
Nevertheless, another email exchange from Fauci reveals that he promises to pressure Trump to intimidate Florida Governor Ron DeSantis into closing bars, beaches, and gyms. Dr. Fauci, in collaboration with another physician, wanted to cut citizens’ liberty, with Fauci explaining that he screamed in TV interviews two to five times per night when seeing your people having fun.