November 7, 2023 at 8:37 am #7902
When Stanford hired a former DNC staffer, it became a DNC cutout for government censorship. Many people were saying that between Stanford’s Internet Observatory and Kate Starbird’s UW project they were essentially creating pretexts for political censorship. Same thing with Newsguard.
November 7, 2023 at 10:29 am #7903LegendKeymaster
Let the winds of freedom blow*
* Not available in all areas, your mileage may vary, some limitations apply.
Sic transit gloria mundi (so shut up and get back to work)
November 7, 2023 at 11:07 am #7904CornfedParticipant
It truly stinks that Stanford had any connection to this effort. The Stanford brand has been deeply damaged in recent years, whether those in charge are aware or not.
Here’s another take on this scandal.
November 16, 2023 at 7:03 pm #7938
A US government-funded group at Stanford said its work was "nonpartisan," but it wasn't. A newly released tranche of files, exclusive to Public, show that it demanded censorship of Republican elected officials, but not of Democrats, for making equivalent claims of election fraud pic.twitter.com/nYalz4BIAQ
— Michael Shellenberger (@shellenberger) November 16, 2023
November 30, 2023 at 11:46 am #7957
.@RepThomasMassie makes a great point:
If they can censor a Member of Congress, they can censor anyone.
See his full Q&A below 👇 pic.twitter.com/rffxpm9Tgu
— Weaponization Committee (@Weaponization) November 30, 2023
We now know that Rep. Massie is correct (and the study he cited was correct re: natural immunity). Yet the Coronavirus task force witness (advisor to Mike Pence, by the way) continued to double down that it was misinformation. Sad.
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