Twitter censors the nation of Islam for criticizing mRNA vaccines, but not for targeting Jews
The Nation of Islam, which hates Jews, was finally banned from Twitter. But not for attacking the Jews, for attacking the mRNA vaccine.
The Federalist reported:
The Nation of Islam, an extremist anti-Semitic group led by Louis Farrakhan, was banned from Twitter for criticizing mRNA vaccines. Twitter previously refused to ban Farrakhan’s personal account or group account for their routine harassment of the Jewish people.
Twitter moved to ban the bill last week after being targeted for promoting “disinformation.” In reaction to the ban, a high-ranking member of the group tweeted, “Unsurprisingly, Twitter, Inc. has suspended The Nation of Islam’s official account: @OfficialNOI.”
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TO report quoted by the White House this month as saying 12 Twitter accounts are responsible for 65 percent of alleged anti-vaccine content. One of the 12 listed was Rizza Islam, a member of the Nation of Islam. While Twitter took action against the group after perpetual criticism of mRNA vaccines, it was silent about its previous anti-Semitism.