Too many people are sharing helpful information about how to prevent or treat the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) naturally, or at least without having to get "vaccinated."
LinkedIn is even censoring a research letter published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) showing that the unvaccinated are better off than the vaccinated when it comes to their immunity against SARS-CoV-2.
Dr. Marty Makary, MD, MPH, shared a link to the study on his LinkedIn account, only to have it removed by the tech giant.
"Big tech was not happy about our JAMA study on natural immunity," Makary wrote in a follow-up post. "LinkedIn took it down (censored my post below). The data doesn't fit the narrative."
A friend of Makary's reportedly said something to LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky, resulting in the post being reinstated. But that was after everyone had already noticed.
"Li re-instated my post after a friend compl to the CEO," Makary said. "Sorry if Silicon Valley did not *like* the results."
According to LinkedIn, the study "goes against Professional Community Policies," whatever that means.
The platform claims that science about natural immunity constitutes "false or misleading content" because it calls into question the need for Big Pharma's vaccine injections.
"They also forbid users, including researchers and scientists, from posting 'content that directly contradicts guidance from leading global health organizations and public health authorities,'" reported Reclaim the Net.
At no point did LinkedIn ever even try to explain how what Maraky wrote, or what was contained in the study he shared, violates its "Professional Community Policies."
This is the same type of behavior we have repeatedly seen with other Big Tech platforms like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, which also claim that content contradicting the official narrative violates their "community standards."
It is almost a running joke, at this point, to think that any of this is really about stopping "misinformation." Clearly these tech platforms have become the government's Ministry of Truth.
As you may recall from last year, LinkedIn made a claim that the most in-demand job right now is "diversity officer."
In an attempt to be "woke," LinkedIn praised this job title, claiming that "experts in workplace diversity" can earn anywhere from $72,900 to $97,000 per year promoting anti-white agendas in the workplace.
Hiring for diversity officers reportedly increased by more than 90 percent in 2019, with the top in-demand locations being New York City, San Francisco and Chicago.
"Protests sparked by the police-involved shootings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor caused organizations around the world to reckon with systemic racism and a lack of diversity in positions of power," LinkedIn proudly reported at the time.
"I had one of my own blog posts censored on LinkedIn," wrote a commenter at Reclaim the Net, along with a link to an article about what happened.
"The most insidious thing about it is that LinkedIn doesn't send you a notice that your post has been removed. They just do it silently."
A quick read of the above-linked article reveals that the censored post in question is about government authoritarianism in the age of the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).
It talks about Joe Rogan, Dr. Peter McCullough and other plandemic detractors who present alternative viewpoints than the ones promoted by the Biden regime and Big Tech.
The censored article also calls for human beings to no longer be called "hesitant" or "antivaxers" simply because they do not want to take experimental gene therapy shots on command.
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