In January 2019, #Gates had WHO declare “vaccine hesitancy” the top “global health threat” (with Ebola, cancer, war, and drug-resistant pathogens), signaling a worldwide #Pharma Gold Rush to mandate vaccines to all people.
Gates maxed-out in donations to Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff’s PAC.
In February 2019, Schiff wrote to Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Pinterest, demanding they censor “vaccine misinformation,” a term meaning all skepticism toward government and industry pronouncements about vaccine safety or efficacy––whether true or not. Schiff wrote:
“Vaccines are both effective and safe,”
“There is no evidence to suggest that vaccines cause life-threatening or disabling disease.”
This was misinformation. A year earlier, Schiff pushed a bill to hike the Vaccine Court admin budget to $11,200,000 to reduce vaccine injury backlogs. The court had already paid out $4 billion for vaccine deaths and disabilities.
Facebook and Pinterest said that they will rely on Gates’s WHO and CDC to say which on-line statements are “misinformation or hoaxes.” Facebook and Google hired “FactChecker” (Politifact) to censor vaccine misinformation.
The Gates Foundation is “FactChecker’s” largest funder.
In his article, “Fact Checker, a Propaganda Device,” investigative journalist #jeremyhammond Jeremy Hammond concludes,
“Facebook is guilty of misinforming its users about vaccine safety.”
“They have no problem with lies about vaccine safety and effectiveness, as long as it’s intended to persuade parents to vaccinate their children.”
On May 4, 2017, FactChecker declared false Del Bigtree’s statement, “Vaccines include aluminum and mercury, which are neurotoxins, and vaccines cause encephalopathy.”
“Current data show vaccines are safe and do not cause toxicity or encephalopathy.”