Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Takes ‘Anti-Vax’ Stance in Violation of His Own Platform’s New Policy
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg expressed doubt over the efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine last summer, in undercover video obtained by Project Veritas.
In the video provided by a Facebook insider, Zuckerberg explains his concern over the fact that the fast-tracked COVID-19 vaccines modify human DNA and RNA.
“But I do just want to make sure that I share some caution on this [vaccine] because we just don’t know the long-term side effects of basically modifying people’s DNA and RNA…basically the ability to produce those antibodies and whether that causes other mutations or other risks downstream. So, there’s work on both paths of vaccine development.”
Zuckerberg walked back those remarks in November 2020, saying during a livestream with Dr. Anthony Fauci, “Just to clear up one point, my understanding is that these vaccines do not modify your DNA or RNA. So that’s just an important point to clarify.”
His contradictory remarks come a week after Facebook announced that they are “expanding [their] efforts to remove false claims on Facebook and Instagram about COVID-19, COVID-19 vaccines and vaccines in general during the pandemic.”
Here is the backup copy for when YouTube bans the above video:
The United Nations’ Great Reset agenda is responsible for power blackouts affecting millions of Americans amid a nationwide deep freeze, as frozen wind turbines are being blamed for straining the power grid.
Nearly half of Texas’ installed wind power generation capacity has been offline because of frozen wind turbines in West Texas, according to Texas grid operators.
Wind farms across the state generate up to a combined 25,100 megawatts of energy. But unusually moist winter conditions in West Texas brought on by the weekend’s freezing rain and historically low temperatures have iced man.y of those wind turbines to a halt.
As of Sunday morning, those iced turbines comprise 12,000 megawatts of Texas’ installed wind generation capacity, although those West Texas turbines don’t typically spin to their full generation capacity this time of year.
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The CDC is now recommending Americans wear face masks indoors “anytime” they are around someone who they don’t live with.
The advice was contained in a February 10 update that appeared on the CDC website pertaining to face coverings.
The CDC is now urging people wear the masks “anytime you are indoors or outdoors with people you don’t live with.”
The advice follows another recommendation by the public health body that Americans should begin wearing two face masks instead of one.
The question of how many face masks Americans should wear scaled heights of absurdity when Dr. Scott Segal told NBC News that Americans should consider wearing FOUR face masks if they want the most effective protection against spreading COVID-19.
“If you put three or four masks on, it’s going to filter better because it’s more layers of cloth,” said Dr. Scott Segal, chair of anesthesiology at Wake Forest Baptist Health
This is not the first time that Americans have been told to wear masks at home.
Dr. Deborah Birx previously said face coverings should be worn indoors by people who live in multi-generational homes.
“If you’re in multi-generational households, and there’s an outbreak in your rural area or in your city, you need to really consider wearing a mask at home,” said Birx.
As we previously highlighted, the Netherlands has refused to enforce the wearing of masks, while health authorities in Sweden have described them as “pointless.”
On his 120th birthday 3.2.2021 Dr. Seuss gets some books banned while some celebrate with memes:
Couple Removed From Flight Because Baby Wasn’t Wearing A Mask:
Disturbing incident the last hour on a @FlyFrontier flight as staff told a Hasidic couple to get off because their 18 month old had no mask. Applause is heard as the couple started leaving. Travels say on camera that the applause came from staff who also cheered that “we did it.” pic.twitter.com/rA2JQmI1tU