“You shouldn’t be banned from one platform and not others if you are providing ‘misinformation out there.” — The real question is who is deciding what misinformation is? Are we going by “fact-checkers”? The same fact-checkers said what we reported last year was FALSE concerning the fact that pandemic may have started as a ‘lab leak’ — now have changed their stance! But that didn’t change the fact that we were blacklisted — censored — and removed from BIG TECH. So could we have been banned … for months on end until the facts caught up with the fact-checkers across all platforms? Who’s deciding?
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