LinkedIn disabled Steve Kirsch's account for his comments on COVID-19: LinkedIn removed Steve Kirsch, founder of the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation and the COVID-19 Early Treatment Fund, for posting so-called "misleading or inaccurate information." Kirsch made a Substack post that included an email LinkedIn purportedly sent him identifying the objectionable content he shared. All three cited posts were created in September. One post made the claim that over 150,000 people have been killed by the COVID-19 vaccines and called out Jeffrey Morris for refusing a recorded debate with Kirsch. The second post included a message that Kirsch said he sent to Eric Topol making the same claim of 150,000 COVID-19 vaccine deaths and challenging Topol to a debate. The third post praised Nicki Minaj and criticized the health authority establishment for its refusal to present meaningful evidence or engage in debate. According to his screenshots, LinkedIn claimed his "account was previously restricted for violating the LinkedIn Terms of Service by posting content that contains misleading or inaccurate information... Due to continued violations, your account will not be restored."