by Kelen McBreen

Press Secretary Psaki complains that 65% of “anti-vax” posts come from 12 peopleSurgeon General also begs Big Tech for a more hardcore crackdown on information

During a Thursday press conference, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki and U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy both called for Big Tech to increase its censorship of social media posts “spreading disinformation.”

“There’s about 12 people who are producing 65% of anti-vaccine misinformation on social media platforms. All of them remain active on Facebook despite being banned on other platforms, including ones Facebook owns,” she said.

“It’s important to take faster action against harmful posts,” Psaki continued. “Facebook needs to move more quickly to remove harmful, violative posts.”

The White House, which “engages” with Facebook regularly, asked the social media site to share “quality information sources” with users on posts with “low-quality information.”

The Biden administration is also using the Surgeon General’s office to track “disinformation” online, admitting they are “flagging problematic posts for Facebook.”

The White House is also asking, and possibly paying, doctors and medical professionals with big followings to push the pro-vaccine information (propaganda) they want.

So, essentially the official Biden administration policy is to silence the opposition and incentivize establishment shills to promote our agenda.

During the press conference, Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy announced an advisory, which he admits are usually “reserved for urgent public health threats.”

But now, he claims “misinformation poses an imminent and insidious threat to our nation’s health. Health misinformation is false, inaccurate or misleading information about health according to the best information at the time.”

Failing to realize the irony behind his statement, Dr. Murthy alleged, “Misinformation takes away our freedom to make informed decisions about our health and the health of our loved ones.”

He continued to attribute online disinformation to convincing people not to wear masks, to turn down proven treatments and to avoid being vaccinated.

“Simply put, health information has cost us lives,” he stated. “Modern technology companies have enabled misinformation to poison our information environment with little accountability to their users.”

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