If our words can be censored are we really free?


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In this week's episode of Controversial Thoughts I wanted to rant a bit about freedom and censorship as we approach July 4th.

According to Dr. Fauci, we can do whatever we want on the 4th of July if we are vaccinated, but does that mean we can talk about potential downsides of the vaccine? What about ivermectin? How about diet and nutrition and the role metabolic health plays in the course of COVID? Don't think so.

Speaking too loudly about those things will get you censored on many platforms like Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube (props to Twitter for allowing much of this dialogue to happen). Who writes the community guidelines, anyway?

And more importantly, who will write our history? Zuckerberg? Big pharma?

I pray not!


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