Rep. Gallagher says Twitter ignored his requests to remove CCP infiltrators while simultaneously shadow-banning conservatives

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(Natural News) In an interview he gave with Fox Business Network‘s “Maria Bartiromo’s Wall Street” this week, Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-Wisc.) spilled the beans about Twitter’s duplicitous content standards.

Gallagher explained how Twitter ignored his repeated requests to kick Chinese Communist Party (CCP) propagandists off the platform at the very same time that conservatives left and right were being shadow-banned for trying to share the Hunter Biden laptop story.

A lot has come out ever since Elon Musk took over the Twitter platform, including the blatant double standards that saw right-wing users persecuted while left-wing users were free to say and do whatever they pleased. (Related: Prior to his purchase, Musk declared that upwards of 90 percent of Twitter’s user base is actually bots.)

“It’s unbelievable, and I salute Twitter’s new owner for putting this out there,” Gallagher stated.

“One thing that Elon Musk could do to connect it to our earlier topic, that wouldn’t – that he could just do with the snap of his fingers, is he could kick all of the Chinese Communist Party so-called wolf warrior diplomats who are all over the platform attacking America, calling America an evil, systemically racist country.”

Gallagher further explained that while Chinese residents are not allowed to use Twitter at all due to CCP restrictions, CCP officials have allowed themselves unlimited access with rubber-stamp approval from Twitter executives.

“And, of course, Chinese citizens aren’t allowed access to this platform because the CCP prevents it – just kick them off, insist on basic reciprocity, any country that’s so afraid of their own citizens that they don’t allow them to have access to Twitter, well, their diplomats shouldn’t be allowed to exploit the platform to attack America,” Gallagher added.

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“So, that’s one thing I actually asked Jack Dorsey to do when he was the head of Twitter. He predictably ignored me on that, but Elon has an opportunity to lead on that issue.”

Gallagher wants the federal government to ban TikTok

Also this week, Gallagher joined two other lawmakers in introducing legislation that would ban TikTok, a China-based social media competitor to Twitter, at the federal level.

Expressing concerns that the CCP could be using TikTok to collect data on Americans, Gallagher said in a statement accompanying the legislation that continuing to allow TikTok to operate in the United States is akin to having allowed the USSR to own The New York Times during the Cold War.

“TikTok is digital fentanyl that’s addicting Americans, collecting troves of their data, and censoring their news,” Gallagher said.

“No country with even a passing interest in its own security would allow this to happen, which is why it’s time to ban TikTok and any other [Chinese Communist Party]-controlled app before it’s too late.”

TikTok’s parent company, ByteDance, routinely collects data from TikTok, which Gallagher and his colleagues say can be easily intercepted and analyzed by the CCP. This is why Gallagher, at the very least, wants to see TikTok banned from all state-owned phones used by public servants in his home state.

“That TikTok, and by extension the CCP, has the ability to survey every keystroke teenagers enter on their phones is disturbing,” Gallagher co-wrote in an op-ed for The Washington Post along with Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.).

“With this app, Beijing could also collect sensitive national security information from U.S. government employees and develop profiles on millions of Americans to use for blackmail or espionage.”

In response, Gov. Tony Evers issued a statement explaining that his administration continues to “take cybersecurity very seriously” and regularly consults the nation’s three-letter agencies ‘in making decisions about cybersecurity for state government devices.”

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Steroids: Too Little Too Late in COVID-19 Respiratory Illness

By Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH

To this day, the Infectious Disease Society of America and the National Institutes of Health Guidelines do not advise prehospital use of corticosteroids in COVID-19 illness. Conversely oral and or nebulized steroids have been a part of the FLCCC and McCullough protocols since 2020. Justification for early steroids sadly comes from an autopsy study of fatal cases by Kato et al who evaluated 61 cases from the NIH, Cornell, and University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.

Kato T, Asakura T, Edwards CE, Dang H, Mikami Y, Okuda K, Chen G, Sun L, Gilmore RC, Hawkins P, De la Cruz G, Cooley MR, Bailey AB, Hewitt SM, Chertow DS, Borczuk AC, Salvatore S, Martinez FJ, Thorne LB, Askin FB, Ehre C, Randell SH, O’Neal WK, Baric RS, Boucher RC. Prevalence and Mechanisms of Mucus Accumulation in COVID-19 Lung Disease. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2022 Dec 1;206(11):1336-1352. doi: 10.1164/rccm.202111-2606OC. PMID: 35816430.n…

The bottom line is that after 20 days, SARS-CoV-2 is gone from the trachea and the big problem is mucus plugging and congestion. Within the small blood vessels of the lungs, blood clots are forming. Kato showed the only factor associated with reduced mucus in these fatal cases was dexamethasone most commonly used at 6 mg a day in the IDSA and NIH protocols. For reference, dexamethasone is routinely administered for brain swelling at 10 mg intravenously every 4-6 hours. In respiratory inflammation (asthma, allergic pneumonitis), the most commonly administered steroid is intravenous solumedrol 60-125 mg every 6 to 12 hours. In the McCullough protocol, I did not hesitate to initially recommend oral prednisone 60 mg a day and later come into the practice of using 20 mg every 12 hours with a 5-10 day taper. It is interesting to note none of these deceased patients received the FLCCC or McCullough protocols prior to admission. If they did, they wouldn’t be on the autopsy table.

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Kato T, Asakura T, Edwards CE, Dang H, Mikami Y, Okuda K, Chen G, Sun L, Gilmore RC, Hawkins P, De la Cruz G, Cooley MR, Bailey AB, Hewitt SM, Chertow DS, Borczuk AC, Salvatore S, Martinez FJ, Thorne LB, Askin FB, Ehre C, Randell SH, O’Neal WK, Baric RS, Boucher RC. Prevalence and Mechanisms of Mucus Accumulation in COVID-19 Lung Disease. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2022 Dec 1;206(11):1336-1352. doi: 10.1164/rccm.202111-2606OC. PMID: 35816430.

Ancient Apocalypse & Graham Hancock’s ‘Dangerous Ideas’ Why has the popular Netflix documentary ignited the ire of the media?

Off Guardian | Dec. 11, 2022

It never ceases to amaze me what seemingly innocuous ideas the establishment media find ‘dangerous’ or ‘controversial’.

Netflix recently released an eight-part documentary series titled Ancient Apocalypse, where Graham Hancock (who has a been a household name for “alternative archeology” since the release of his book ‘Fingerprints of the Gods’ in 1995), introduces us to his central theory that human civilisation is considerably older than current archeological orthodoxy believes, but that most evidence for this was wiped out by a colossal natural disaster around 12,000 years ago.

He supports this theory with physical evidence for such a natural disaster, curious geological anomalies and seemingly ancient megalithic structures.

He points out that the mainstream view of pre-history insists civilisation did not and had never existed before the year 4000BC, but that recent discoveries such as the Temple at Gobekli Tepe, which dates back to 9600BC call that mainstream view into question.

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First Big Freeze Puts “Heavy Strain” On European Power Grids

Zero Hedge | Dec. 13, 2022

Europe’s cold blast is due to a weak, polar vortex split in the stratosphere, which allowed high pressure to build across Greenland last week. As a result, Arctic air poured over the energy-stricken continent, sending natural gas and power prices higher.

The unseasonably cold weather will continue through this week. North West and Central Europe are recording average temperatures well below normal, boosting residential and commercial heating demand.

In the North West region, temperatures are forecasted to average around 30 degrees Fahrenheit this week, about 10 degrees less than the 30-year mean.

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