There have long been fears in this country that Silicon Valley was growing far too powerful. Nearly the entire spectrum of American bandwidth flows through just a few techno-oligarchs’ hands, and those with the keys to the castle are certainly molding the kingdom of information to their liking.
And, in this pursuit of shaping the way Americans think, Twitter has even gone so far as to censor some of the most well-respected institutions in our nation’s history, including the Trump administration and now the American Heart Association.
Twitter is warning users that the website of the American Heart Association may be “unsafe,” after it published an abstract in one of its medical journals containing research linking mRNA COVID-19 jabs to heart inflammation.Advertisement - story continues below
The abstract was published in Circulation, a journal of the AHA on the 16th of November. In their research, a team led by former cardiac surgeon Steven Grundy applied a cardiac test to measure a patient’s 5-year risk of a new acute coronary syndrome.
Wilder still: The study itself carried a disclaimer.
The abstract claims a 14-point increase in the five-year risk of acute coronary syndrome in participants. However, the American Heart Association later attached an “expression of concern” to the study, warning readers that it contains “potential errors.”
We can only wonder to what end this latest brazen overstep from Twitter will develop.