Joe Biden’s heart stopped after this illegal collusion was exposed for all to see

Democrat politicians and their corporate buddies have no problem selling out Americans. They’ll stop at nothing to push their radical agenda.

But Joe Biden’s heart stopped after this illegal collusion was exposed for all to see.

According to the latest edition of the “Twitter files,” disclosed Monday, the Biden White House encouraged Twitter to “elevate” and “suppress” users depending on their opinions on COVID-19, ultimately “censoring info that was true but inconvenient” to policymakers.

The Trump administration began the campaign during the pandemic, asking Twitter to crack down on stories about panic buying and “runs on grocery stores” in the early days of the outbreak, but it was stepped up under Biden, whose administration was focused on the removal of “anti-vaxxer accounts,” according to The Free Press reporter David Zweig.

In June 2021, for example, hours after Biden publicly screamed that social media firms were “killing people” for allowing claimed vaccination disinformation to spread, former New York Times reporter and prominent vaccine skeptic Alex Berenson was suspended and eventually banned from the site.

Berenson replied by suing Twitter, compel the release of internal documents revealing that the White House had pressed the firm to delete his account.

An unidentified Twitter employee said the administration “had one really tough question about why Alex Berenson hasn’t been kicked off the platform” in a Slack conversation from April 2021.

“It doesn’t stop infection. Or transmission. Don’t think of it as a vaccine,” Berenson had tweeted.

“Think of it — at best — as a therapeutic with a limited window of efficacy and terrible side effect profile that must be dosed IN ADVANCE OF ILLNESS,” he also wrote.

According to Zweig, Lauren Culbertson, Twitter’s head of US public policy, revealed the White House’s pressure campaign in a series of meetings as late as this month.

According to Culbertson’s notes, the administration was “very angry” that Twitter had not taken more aggressive steps to silence vaccine critics and wanted the firm to do more.

Dr. Martin Kulldorff, an epidemiologist at Harvard Medical School, was among those who faced repercussions after tweeting in March 2021 that persons “with prior natural infection do not need” the COVID-19 vaccination, “[n]or [do] children.”

The site flagged Kulldorff’s post as “misleading,” despite the fact that it was consistent with immunization policies in “numerous other countries,” Zweig wrote.

Another doctor, Andrew Bostom of Rhode Island, was permanently suspended after tweeting the findings of negative vaccine studies and highlighting data showing that coronavirus was less dangerous in children than the flu — information that Zweig described as “legitimate but inconvenient to the public health establishment’s narrative about the risks of flu versus Covid in children.”

“Thanks to @davidzweig for exposing the grotesque injustice of @Twitter‘s suspension of many accounts, including my own, due to alleged covid “misinformation” i.e., evidence-based data rebutting the warped, but “accepted” narrative,” the doctor wrote Monday.

According to Zweig’s research, much of Twitter’s COVID content moderation was done by bots “too crude for such nuanced work” and contractors in areas like the Philippines, whose lack of medical experience resulted in a “significant error rate.”

“Individual and collective bias” impacted high-level Twitter employees who were in charge of managing the process and “subjectively” increasing cases and suspending users, Zweig discovered.

When former President Donald Trump tweeted in October 2020 that he was “Feeling really good!” after receiving COVID-19 treatment at Walter Reed Medical Center — and urged his followers not to be afraid of the virus or let it “dominate your life” — former FBI general counsel turned Twitter honcho James Baker questioned the company’s then-watchdog why the message wasn’t flagged.

“Why isn’t this POTUS tweet a violation of our COVID-19 policy?” Baker, then Twitter’s deputy general counsel, questioned then-Head of Safety and Trust Yoel Roth and top legal officer Stacia Cardille.

Roth, who resigned last month amid Elon Musk’s November takeover, told Baker that optimism was not misguided.

“It doesn’t incite people to do something harmful, nor does it recommend against taking precautions or following mask directives (or other guidelines),” he replied.

The latest revelations come after previous “Twitter Files” found the FBI and CIA meddling in the social media company, prompting it to bow to political pressure — including convincing Twitter to censor The Post’s exposé detailing how Hunter Biden used his father’s name to secure questionable business arrangements overseas in the weeks before the 2020 election.

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