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Facebook whistleblower says he was suspended for revealing the company’s alleged vaccine hesitancy censorship campaign

Morgan Kahmann, one of the Facebook whistleblower, speaks out because he believed it was “highly immoral” that Facebook is allegedly censoring the content of its users without their knowledge.

After being suspended, he decided to reveal himself after giving a full interview to Project Veritas were he exposed vaccine hesitancy censorship campaign from Facebook. “They’re afraid of what people might conclude if they see that other people are having negative side effects. They think that this is going to drive up vaccine hesitancy among the population and they see that as something that they have to combat,” Kahmann said on Tucker Carlson Tonight.

The documents show that the beta version was being tested on 1.5 per cent of some 3.8 billion users of Facebook and its subsidiary, Instagram, around the world. Both Facebook and Google say the policies were created in response to the spread of misinformation as the pandemic spread, and aim to direct people towards reliable information and stop the spread of claims that could cause harm.

Kahmann shared with Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe during an interview that the consequences of Facebook’s actions are “way worse than anything that can happen from me getting fired from my job.” Facebook has declined all the media enquiries related to this issue.

ARTICLE: JENNIFER BARRETO-LEYVA
MANAGING EDITOR: CARSON CHOATE
PHOTO CREDITS: DAILY MAIL

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