US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy on Tuesday warned against “misleading memes” and “cherry-picked stats” in the Biden Regime’s new efforts to stamp out Covid vaccine ‘misinformation.’
“With the authorization of COVID-19 vaccines for children 5 to 11 years old, it is more important than ever that families have access to accurate, science-based information. Health misinformation is spreading fast and far online and throughout our communities,” Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy said in a press release Tuesday. “The good news is that we all have the power to help stop the spread of health misinformation during this pandemic and beyond. That’s where this toolkit comes in – to provide Americans with resources to help limit and reduce this threat to public health.”
The new ‘toolkit‘ (screenshot below) tells Americans not to share information about the Covid vaccines until they check with their overlords at the CDC first.
You must check with your overlords before sharing Covid vaccine information:
- Did you check with the CDC or local public health department to see whether there is any information about the claim being made?
- Did you ask a credible health care professional such as your doctor or nurse if they have any additional information?
- Did you type the claim into a search engine to see if it has been verified by a credible source?
- Did you look at the “About Us” page on the website to see if you can trust the source?
“If you’re not sure, don’t share,” the toolkit states.
In addition to the Biden Regime’s efforts to stamp out ‘misinformation,’ the Pfizer CEO on Tuesday said people who ‘spread misinformation’ about Covid vaccines are “criminals.”
Pfizer’s Albert Bourla said people who circulate misinformation about Covid jabs and dare speak ill of his product are “criminals.”
“They’re not bad people. They’re criminals because they have literally cost millions of lives,” he said.
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