Coronavirus big tech censorship could spell end of liberty

Harold Pease Ph.D.
Harold Pease, Ph.D.
Is it possible Americans are watching the death of free speech. and therefore, liberty? The defiance of the First and Fourth Amendments of the Bill of Rights from March to May by Democratic governors and mayors has been beyond mind boggling and demonstrates that the Constitution, at least in these states, is on a ventilator. But the growing collusion between big tech and government has been even more threatening as the former seems hell-bent on political censorship in favor of the left. At a time when the world is threatened by an unknown virus dissenting speech from physicians who work with the virus would be most valued, but it was stifled. The examples of big tech censorship are many, I am identifying only two. Dr Knuit M. Wittkowski, former head of biostatistics epidemiology and
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