Twitter on Monday reactivated the account of Dr. Robert Malone, who was previously banned from the platform for his posts about coronavirus vaccines.
Malone, an mRNA vaccine researcher, was removed from Twitter nearly a year ago for apparently violating the social media site’s policy on misinformation about COVID-19.
He had repeatedly made claims about the efficacy of vaccines.
Twitter did not specify after the suspension which of Malone’s tweets violated its policy.
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In one of his last tweets before being banned, Malone shared on December 29, 2021 a link to a Canadian COVID Care Alliance video titled “The Pfizer Inoculations For COVID-19 – More Harm Than Good – VIDEO”.
“Pfizer 6-month data showing that Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccines cause more disease than they prevent. Plus, an overview of Pfizer’s test failures in both design and execution,” the statement read. a description of the video.
Twitter placed a “misleading” label on Malone’s tweet and restricted likes, retweets and replies to the post.
Around the same time as his Twitter ban, YouTube censored Malone’s appearance on Joe Rogan’s podcast. In the interview with Rogan, Malone discussed vaccines and the government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Malone has made multiple guest appearances on Fox News Channel, including on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” and “The Ingraham Angle.”
“What the media don’t understand is that you can’t suppress information,” he told host Laura Ingraham in January. “He will find a way to be free.”