Vaccine Scientist Banned From LinkedIn

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Vaccine scientist Dr. Robert Malone has been banned from LinkedIn reportedly because of his controversial views on the COVID vaccine.

LinkedIn is a social media platform where professionals can connect online. Malone was banned from Twitter last week.

“…last night Linkedin decided I was not a fit human to be on their platform,” Malone wrote on Substack.

“In another blink of an eye of big tech, Linkin (sic) flushed my 30,000 connections and de-platformed me.”

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He added that  “no explanations, no warnings were given.”

Malone was previously suspended from the platform last summer but was later reinstated after an alleged mistake.

“I can say that I rarely post anything on Link-in (sic) that is controversial anymore, since they de-platformed me, re-instated me and then apologized for it last summer,” he said at the time.

At this point, he said being censored was now like “water off a duck’s bath,” adding that he’s gotten used to the bans and that this one “was not a surprise – just more of the same censorship that is happening everywhere.”

Malone told Joe Rogan that he believes the government is conspiring against him because of his dissenting views.

“And for me, I’m personally offended by watching my discipline get destroyed for no good reason at all except, apparently, financial incentives, and – I don’t know – political ass-covering.”

He said the government is “lawless.”

“Our government is out of control. They are lawless. They completely disregard bioethics. They completely disregard the federal common rule. they have broken all the rules that I know of – that I have been trained on for years and years and years.”

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