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Your opportunity to correct the "misinformation spreaders"
If you think that I or any of my colleagues (including Robert Malone and Peter McCullough) are spreading misinformation, instead of trying to censor us, here's your opportunity to correct us.
I don’t think that misinformation censorship policies regarding COVID are a good idea. This leaves determining the “truth” in the hands of people who, for the most part, do not fully understand the issues or who are not qualified to render a judgment.
For example, every time I’ve had a post censored on social media, there has never been a detailed rationale showing me how I got it wrong. Furthermore, there is no opportunity to object and to have that objection heard by an unbiased panel of experts in the subject area.
For example, LinkedIn cancelled my account and cited a message to Eric Topol challenging him to debate us. So basically, according to the social media censors, even debate challenges are a violation of the terms of service.
How about a good, old fashioned discussion on the science instead of censorship?
We are perfectly open to being proved wrong.
We believe that open scientific discussion of any differences of opinion is a better path forward.
If anyone responds, we’ll choose the most qualified person(s) from the list and we’ll set up a mutually convenient time to have a discussion.
Tagging of COVID misinformation
Also, if social media platforms such as Spotify want to tag COVID conversations as possible misinformation, then do it fairly and tag all statements from government agencies and their spokespeople as potential COVID misinformation as well. That actually will be a huge public service. So if Joe Rogan interviews Tony Fauci, that should be tagged as possible misinformation.