Anyone who even questions the safety of COVID-19 vaccines on Facebook's platform is immediately slapped with a fact-check warning by Factcheck.org. Articles about alternative treatments and studies showing that vitamin D and zinc can prevent illness have been blocked. One of Facebook's most prominent "fact checking" groups that claims to be independent is funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation that holds about 15% of its assets, over $1.8-billion of stock, in vaccine manufacturer Johnson and Johnson. The CEO of the foundation is Richard Besser, the former acting director of the CDC under Obama and ABC News' former chief health and medical editor. In other words, the vaccine companies control the flow of information about vaccines. Former President Trump signed the $2.3-trillion omnibus bill in December 2020 that contained $1-billion of taxpayer funding to help market the vaccine. -GEG
Accurate information about the vaccines and other vital COVID-related topics hinges upon the ability to disseminate the facts on major social media platforms like Facebook. In turn, Facebook relies on FactCheck.org, among other shady organizations, to rule on what information is admissible. FactCheck.org is funded by a grant from an organization run by Obama's former CDC director, whose assets contain Johnson & Johnson stock. In other words, the vaccine companies control the flow of information about vaccines. Welcome to the world of "independent fact checkers."
Over the past year, Facebook has censored nearly every one of my articles and commentaries questioning the science behind lockdowns or mask mandates. More recently, it has placed a blockade on any information raising questions about the vaccines. Facebook has also blocked people from sharing my articles promoting cheap, lifesaving drugs, such as ivermectin, or even studies showing how sufficient doses of vitamin D and zinc can prevent critical illness from SARS-CoV-2.