The more things change, the more they stay the same. Even under Elon Musk, the partisans, and parasites at Twitter are still abusing their authority and censoring the truth about animal testing in the #LabLeak and #BeagleGate.
Using the government’s own records, we first documented how Anthony Fauci and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded dog torture at home and abroad and how white coats in Wuhan wasted tax dollars on reckless gain-of-function animal experiments that President Biden’s FBI and Energy Department, former heads of the U.S. Food and Drug Association (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and even Elon Musk himself believe caused COVID.
Musk has even referenced White Coat Waste Project’s (WCW) original investigation exposing how Fauci and EcoHealth Alliance secretively funneled tax dollars to the Wuhan animal lab:
Apparently, Musk’s employees at Twitter didn’t get the memo.
When we recently attempted to run ads on Twitter about our work to find, expose and defund the Wuhan lab, NIH’s beagle tests, and other ways the government is wasting $20 billion on animal experiments, we were roundly rejected using some questionable logic.
Twitter’s team nixed all of the ads, even those not mentioning the Wuhan lab, on the grounds that they contained, “distasteful references to Covid 19, a sensitive event, which is in violation of our Inappropriate Content Policy.” Twitter even explicitly told us: “the messaging around COVID-19 would need to be softened.”
In the interest of full disclosure, here are the exact WCW ads that Twitter refused to run:
For two of them, we sought to include this video:
This isn’t the first time the gatekeepers have attempted to silence WCW and the truth about wasteful government animal experiments. Google refused to run our BeagleGate ads. LinkedIn took down posts about our work to expose the Wuhan lab. Facebook totally censored the lab leak for over a year. And taxpayer-funded groups worked to label the lab leak as “disinformation” and punish media outlets covering it.
It’s shameful that Twitter is preventing us from simply letting taxpayers know about our work to stop big government bureaucrats from wasting $20 billion of their hard-earned money on cruel and dangerous animal experiments.
The message we want to get out is simple: Stop the money. Stop the madness!”