Big Tech won't facilitate fully informed decision making

Friday, March 26, 2021
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

person receiving vaccine injectionAccording to a pro-life organization, Big Tech is robbing people of factual information regarding COVID vaccines.

At the Bringing America Back to Life Convention in Cleveland earlier this month, Dr. Alan Moy of the John Paull II Medical Research Institute and Sarah Quale of the Personhood Alliance gave a presentation on the science and ethics of COVID-19 vaccines.

"YouTube removed the video of our presentation because they said it was medical misinformation," Quale reports. "That's a label that they've been using a lot more often lately, particularly in terms of COVID information, and particularly information about COVID vaccines."

Quale stresses that people need to hear the pros and cons in order to make an informed decision on whether they should obtain a vaccine.

Quale

"This really should disturb everybody, regardless of what they think about vaccines," she tells One News Now. "We're no longer permitted to offer any other data or perspective or conclusions than what is put forth by the government and the media outlets who agree with them, and that is including Big Tech."

She reiterates that scientific and factual information should not be suppressed. And even though YouTube removed the video, the presentation is available for viewing on the John Paul II Research Institute's Rumble channel, and truthful information about vaccines is also offered on the Personhood Alliance's website.

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