Michael P Senger


Twitter placed sharing restrictions on a user's tweet that asked a question highlighting the inconsistencies of COVID-19 vaccine mandates: A user tweeted the question "So just to clarify: I can go unvaccinated against polio, tetanus, hepatitis, measles and mumps, but if I refuse this one mRNA shot for a virus with a 0.2% IFR that doesn’t stop transmission and requires boosters every few months, I can’t go to public spaces and may lose my job?" Twitter placed a warning label on the tweet that read "[t]his Tweet is misleading. Find out why health officials consider COVID-19 vaccines safe for most people," with a link to a feed filled with tweets from the FDA, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization. The platform also prevented users from commenting on, liking, retweeting, or sharing the tweet on other sites. Other users can quote tweet the user's tweet only after being presented with a pop-up box with the same warning information.