Law or Fiction


Twitter suspends Law or Fiction: Twitter suspended Law or Fiction, as reported by Reclaim the Net. Account owner Stephen Jackson said in a video that Twitter provided no reason for the suspension. He said in the video, “So quite what the misinformation was I don’t know. What this seems to be is an attack on comment, on debate.” It is unclear what post prompted the suspension. Jackson said, "All I can tell you is that I had linked to the authorization of the bivalent COVID-19 vaccine, so-called, for children aged 12 and upwards. I put the words ‘vaccine’ in inverted commas. I referred to ‘experimental’ – and that seems fair enough given that this has not been trialed on humans and if we give new technology to animals we call it experimental…We don’t know the long-term effects of the technology – that’s something which Pfizer itself admits." Twitter did not respond to MRC Free Speech America's request for comment by the time of publication.