Carlson Loses It After Bombshell Lawsuit Reveals Major WH Coverup Of Vax Complications
Tucker Carlson, a Fox News personality, spoke up on Monday about a 2021 e-mail from a White House official requesting that Facebook restrict him from their platform. This was in reaction to Carlson's comments about the possible problems with the COVID vaccination.
The email urged that Facebook take action against him because of his opinions. Carlson considered this to be an improper and unreasonable move, and he feels that he should be free to voice his views without fear of retaliation. Censorship, he says, is a slippery slope that should not be condoned.
“It was never really a secret there were huge problems with the COVID shots. We knew this because the Biden administration’s own VAERS database indicated that from the beginning. A lot of people were being injured, but the media suppressed that news,” Carlson said. “We tried to point it out more than a year ago, not because we have a problem with vaccines or are anti-vaxxers, but because if you force people to take something you probably ought to know what it is and what effects it might have. That’s the most basic right of all, to know what goes into your body, to know something about it. But in trying to say that, we were censored and now we know we were censored by the White House.”
On April 14, 2021, Republican Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry tweeted an email from White House Director of Digital Strategy Rob Flaherty to an unidentified Facebook employee.
In the email, Flaherty asked the firm to delete a video on vaccines that Tucker Carlson had posted. This email aroused widespread outrage and called into question the White House's attitude on censorship. Landry's tweet served as an illustration of the White House's probable attempt to control what individuals saw and heard.
“Since we’ve been on the phone – the top post about vaccines today is [T]ucker Carlson saying they don’t work. Yesterday it was Tomi Lehren [sic] saying she won’t take one,” Flaherty wrote to the Facebook employee, according to the email obtained by Landry.
“This is exactly why I want to know what ‘Reduction’ actually looks like – if ‘reduction’ means ‘pumping our most vaccine hesitant audience with [T]ucker Carlson saying it doesn’t work’ then… I’m not sure it’s reduction!,” Flaherty continued in the document released by Landry.
In response, the anonymous Facebook employee allegedly informed Flaherty that they were "running this down immediately," according to the paper.
On May 5, Landry filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration, alleging that officials conspired with social media corporations to restrict discourse about the COVID-19 epidemic, the 2020 presidential election, and other concerns. In July, a federal judge ordered the Biden administration to reveal correspondence between government officials and tech firms.
“We asked Rob Flaherty to join us and explain, but of course, he is a coward and he won’t. So, we only know this, by the way because of a lawsuit by the attorneys general of Louisiana and Missouri,” Carlson said.
“It’s certainly a violation of First Amendment rights,” Landry told Carlson.