‘Great Barrington Declaration’ Co-Author Dr. Jay Bhattacharya Invited to Twitter Headquarters to Review Twitter’s Internal Slack Messages Regarding Content Modulation

Elon Musk reached out to Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, one of doctors mentioned earlier this week in the Twitter Files release.

Jay Bhattacharya is also one of the co-authors of The Great Barrington Declaration.

On October4, 2020, top international epidemiologists Dr. Martin Kulldorff from Harvard, Dr. Sunetra Gupta from Oxford and Dr. Jayanta Bhattacharya from Stanford,  announced their scientific initiative to reopen society and resume life in the West for those who are not vulnerable to the coronavirus.  They called this The Great Barrington Declaration.

The top doctors argued that Fauci’s COVID lockdowns should be replaced with focused protection plans.  They had science on their side.  Over 930,000 public health scientists and members of the medical community signed on to the declaration since its inception.

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Dr. Fauci and Dr. Francis Collins immediately launched an effort to discredit and silence this movement.  It threatened their control of the population.

Dr. Fauci, Dr. Francis and Dr. Lawrence Tabak, who took over NIH when Dr. Francis left, were threatened by this movement and decided to wage war on the doctors.

This email was sent out on October 8, 2020, just days after the Great Barrington Declaration announcement.

Twitter and Facebook then censored and shadowbanned any mentions of The Great Barrington Declaration after the complaints by Fauci and others.

Dr. Bhattacharya later lashed out at Dr. Fauci and Dr. Collins for their dishonest tactics to take down any doctors who challenge their highly flawed and dangerous positions.

This week Elon Musk released several updates to the Twitter Files as reported at The Gateway Pundit. Twitter secretly suppressed accounts, operated a “search blacklist,” and blocked certain content from trending on the platform. Dr. Bhattacharya was censored by the social media giant.

AIER reported:

Victims of Twitter’s practices include Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, Stanford professor of medicine and co-author of the Great Barrington Declaration (GBD). Weiss’s thread and The Twitter Files confirm what we’ve long suspected. Seeking to prop up Anthony Fauci and the lockdown policies he promoted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Twitter (and other Big Tech companies) intentionally blacklisted, censored, suppressed, and targeted the GBD and its signers.

Within Twitter, the Strategic Response Team – Global Escalation Team, or SRT-GET, worked on hundreds of cases daily, actively filtering the visibility of select accounts.

For high-profile accounts, the “Site Integrity Policy, Policy Escalation Support,” team, known as “SIP-PES” would secretly make censorship decisions. The SIP-PES team comprised high-profile executives such as the Head of Legal, Policy, and Trust, Vijaya Gadde, Global Head of Trust & Safety, Yoel Roth, and former CEOs Jack Dorsey and Parag Agrawal.

In August of this year, The Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft formally joined the Missouri and Louisiana lawsuit against the US government as a plaintiff, alongside the states of Missouri and Louisiana, Dr. Martin Kulldorff of Harvard University’s Department of Medicine, Dr. Jay Bhattacharya of Stanford University, medical ethicist Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, and Jill Hines, the Co-Director of Health Freedom Louisiana.

The Missouri and Louisiana lawsuit is ongoing.  In November and so far this month Dr. Fauic, Elvis, Chang and several other government officials have been deposed by the Attorneys General from Missouri and Louisiana.

And now this…  Dr. Jay Bhattacharya announced on Sunday that he spent his afternoon Saturday at Twitter headquarters at the invitation of Elon Musk to find out more on the “blacklist” label Twitter attached to him and more.

Dr. Bhattacharya announced this on Twitter on Sunday.

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