Twitter will penalize users who claim that people who are vaccinated against coronavirus can still spread the disease … Users can face a range of penalties for violating the policy, including having a “fact check” label attached to their tweets, temporary suspensions, and permanent bans from the platform.
Says who? The expert of everything (well, actually just the PC narrative):
Parag Agrawal, new CEO of Twitter
No wonder our policy makers are so so clueless. They believe that by vaccinating everyone — including children — we will get to herd immunity. They act as if they don’t know that the vaccinated spread covid.
Even the CDC conceded that the vaccinated spread covid, way back on 30 July 2021: Delta variant infections “resulted in similarly high SARS-CoV-2 viral loads in vaccinated and unvaccinated people.” Viral load is the amount of virus present in an infected person’s body. “High viral load suggests an increased risk of transmission and raised concern that, unlike with other variants, vaccinated people infected with Delta can transmit the virus.” (Video, see from 1:58)
Only double-vaccinated passengers are allowed to travel by air, yet within days omicron had spread from South Africa to every western country. Think about it, bureaucrats.
hat-tip Stephen Neil