Insane Twitter Policy Bans Truth

Twitter’s COVID-19 misleading information policy bans several true things.

Twitter’s recently updated misleading info policy is actually banning discussion of true things.

Look at this wordplay:

That vaccines approved by health agencies (such as Pfizer’s Comirnaty vaccine in the United States) did not actually receive full approval/authorization, and therefore that the vaccines are untested, “experimental” or somehow unsafe.

Cominraty did receive full authorization, but is still not available. The vaccine still in use is the one released under the EUA. This is very deceptive and will be used to ban discussion of this actual truth.

But this one is even worse.

False or misleading claims that people who have received the vaccine can spread or shed the virus (or symptoms, or immunity) to unvaccinated people.

Even though the CDC directly contradicts this claim:

The risk for SARS-CoV-2 infection in fully vaccinated people cannot be completely eliminated as long as there is continued community transmission of the virus. Early data suggest infections in fully vaccinated persons are more commonly observed with the Delta variant than with other SARS-CoV-2 variants. However, data show fully vaccinated persons are less likely than unvaccinated persons to acquire SARS-CoV-2, and infections with the Delta variant in fully vaccinated persons are associated with less severe clinical outcomes. Infections with the Delta variant in vaccinated persons potentially have reduced transmissibility than infections in unvaccinated persons, although additional studies are needed.