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Florida’s Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo says Twitter has a “disregard” for human rights after censorship

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On Sunday, Twitter removed, then restored, a tweet by Florida’s Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo warning against the COVID-19 vaccines. The tweet warned men aged between 18 and 39 not to take the vaccines because of an alleged increased risk of cardiac-related death.

“Today, we released an analysis on COVID-19 mRNA vaccines the public needs to be aware of. This analysis showed an increased risk of cardiac-related death among men 18-39,” Dr. Ladapo wrote. “FL will not be silent on the truth.”

Dr. Ladapo’s tweet was removed and restored after a few hours. In an appearance on The War Room podcast, Dr. Ladapo blasted Twitter for censorship.

“It is really almost criminal,” Dr. Ladapo told Bannon, “…In terms of, how much disregard that they have for human rights. And I’m not talking just about Twitter, but this whole body that thinks it’s OK to crush the voices of others, because you don’t like their message.”

“It’s a message for people, for humanity so that people can make informed decisions,” he continued.

“You want to do more research; terrific. You think you’ve already seen enough evidence and you think our methods are persuasive to you; terrific.

“Humans, people, get to make those choices. But this body of tech and other forces that come in and silence people – they don’t think human beings have the right to have free access to information that they don’t want them to have access to. So it’s I mean, it’s you know, Twitter, yes, but it’s a huge deal.”

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