Pfizer Exec Scott Gottlieb Responds to Evidence that He Pressured Twitter to Censor Author Berenson’s Account – Insists It Was to Protect Fauci (VIDEO)
Last week former NY Times reporter and author Alex Berenson published email evidence that former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb wrote Twitter and pressured the social media giant to censor his content on their platform.
Stunning revelations from @AlexBerenson about @ScottGottliebMD’s role in getting Berenson banned from Twitter for questioning necessity of mRNA vaccines for all. Horrifying conspiracy between a Pfizer board member and the Biden admin to silence dissent. https://t.co/YoM7V3k9DY
— Jenin Younes (@Leftylockdowns1) October 14, 2022
On Friday Pfizer executive Scott Gottlieb told CNBC that he pressured Twitter to censor Berenson because Dr. Fauci might get threats.
These people are just evil communists.
Zero Hedge reported:
Gottlieb responded this morning on CNBC to what host Joe Kernen called a “convoluted conspiracy theory” by Berenson. No bias there!
Gottlieb is sticking with the ‘threats to Fauci’s safety’ argument (see below).
“I’ve raised concerns around social media broadly, and I’ve done it on these networks, around the threats that were being made on these platforms – and the inability of these platforms to police direct threats, physical threats, about people,” he said.
“I’m not concerned about debate,” Gottlieb continued. “I am very concerned when threats are being made, physical threats, against people’s safety – I am very concerned about physical threats being made against people’s safety, and the people who gin up those threats against individuals.”
There is ZERO evidence that Alex Berenson threatened Dr. Fauci, the father of the COVID19, at any time. Dr. Gottlieb knows better
“I’ve raised concerns about social media and the threats that are being made on these platforms,” says @ScottGottliebMD on Alex Berenson being kicked off Twitter. “I’m unconcerned about debate being made. I’m concerned about physical threats being made for people’s safety.” pic.twitter.com/hxpALiT6dZ
— Squawk Box (@SquawkCNBC) October 14, 2022