Twitter Allows White House To Disseminate Covid Vaccine Misinformation

Twitter Allows White House To Disseminate Covid Vaccine Misinformation

A blatant lie posted by the official White House Twitter account remains on the social media platform despite their alleged commitment to removing “content that is demonstrably false or misleading.”

On Thursday, the Biden administration’s Twitter page claimed, “there was no vaccine available” when Sleepy Joe took office in 2021.

However, this remark is demonstrably false as most Americans likely recall President Trump’s “Operation Warp Speed” that allowed the experimental Covid jabs to be rushed into the arms of the public faster than any vaccine in history.

The first Covid shots were administered to citizens in mid-December of 2020, over a month before the inauguration of Joe Biden.

The false White House tweet comes on the heels of the administration announcing the creation of an Orwellian “Disinformation Governance Board,” supposedly meant to prevent the spread of misinformation.

Laughably proving their own claim to be inaccurate, the White House Twitter account posted a video of Joe Biden receiving his second Covid vaccine a week before he took office.

Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler called for the tweet to be deleted by whoever is running the White House Twitter account, noting, “Biden himself has said 8% of seniors had gotten the vaccine on the day he took office. Biden was one of them.”

California Rep. Darrell Issa (R) joked that Biden’s “new Minister of Truth will be all over this.”

This is a prime example of the two-tiered society we are living in where the left can censor anyone they disagree with while constantly pushing harmful lies themselves.

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