Three weeks ago, Congressman Adam Schiff (D-CA) wrote a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg pushing a clear pharmaceutical agenda and calling for the censorship of any content questioning vaccines and their safety. The letter was full of inaccurate statements and late last week, Congressman Bill Posey responded with a detailed letter correcting Schiff’s misinformation.
If you aren’t aware, Representative Adam Schiff recently wrote a letter to Mark Zuckerberg (Chairman and CEO of Facebook), urging him to censor all content that calls vaccines and they’re (lack of) safety into question, including published scientific studies and personal stories. Many are outraged with this move, which seems to go against the inherent American right to freedom of speech as outlined in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
In response, Representative Bill Posey also wrote a letter to Zuckerberg, pointing out the many inaccuracies in Schiff’s letter and clarifying the facts that the Facebook leader should be aware of before taking any action. Posey also asks questions of his own regarding free speech, paid advertising, and the bullying of individuals who discuss vaccine injuries.
The letter begins with the following statement:
“IF VACCINES DO NOT CAUSE INJURIES, WHY HAS THE [U.S. GOV] VACCINE INJURY TRUST FUND PAID OUT $4,061,322,557.08 FOR VACCINE INJURIES?”
Click below to read the full letter: