🇺🇸@COVID19Up: Dr. Tess Lawrie (MBBCh, PhD) recently made a post on her LinkedIn account, briefly commenting on her latest work along with a link to that work, a newly published peer-reviewed paper addressing the role of ivermectin in the battle against SARS-CoV-2. The paper was published in the American Journal of Therapeutics last Thursday.
LinkedIn quickly removed Dr. Lawrie’s post, saying it “goes against our policy on misinformation.”
Dr Lawrie’s latest report taken down by LinkedIn. Disgusting. # pic.twitter.com/midAX8r5UQ
— John Bowe (@JohnBoweActor) June 22, 2021
An examination of LinkedIn’s Professional Community Policies, yields the likely culprit contained within the “Do not share false or misleading content” section under the “Be Trustworthy” heading:
Do not share content that directly contradicts guidance from leading global health organizations and public health authorities.
Herein lies the problem. Big Tech and corporate social media giants are deferring to global health organizations that appear to be engaged in a cover-up of potential treatments for SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 (of which Ivermectin is one). And in doing so, they are censoring doctors and scientists that have been working to solve the problem of this unprecedented global crisis we are facing.
It should also be noted that LinkedIn was purchased by Microsoft, founded by philanthropist Bill Gates, for $26.2 million in 2016.
We have crossed a line into a reality in which public health organizations can flip flop and provide little to no evidence to back up their actions while at the same time published, peer-reviewed studies authored by concerned and knowledgeable doctors and scientists are no longer good enough.