Twitter Quietly Removed This Warning It Slapped On The CDC

( )- Twitter has removed a warning label it added to tweets linking to a CDC study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association on May 13. Initially, Twitter flagged the CDC study with a warning that claimed the details contained “potentially harmful and misleading content.”

Conservative Phil Kerpen, the president of American Commitment, spotted the warning label last week.

Kerpen had tweeted a link to the JAMA article along with one of the accompanying graphs in mid-May. And last week, he quote-tweeted his earlier tweet along with a screen capture of the warning label, adding that Twitter placed a warning on the JAMA article “for the wrongthink crime of publishing data showing rapid waning of COVID vaccines in children.”

Twitter users who clicked on the link provided in Kerpen’s May 13 tweet received a warning from Twitter that the “link may be unsafe.” The warning told users that the Journal of the American Medical Association’s website had been identified “by Twitter or our partners as being potentially spammy or unsafe.”

Twitter claimed that the JAMA website may include, among other things, “violent or misleading content that could lead to real-world harm.”

Shortly after Kerpen called attention to the ridiculous warning label, Twitter removed it and now the warning no longer pops up when users click on the link.

The CDC study published in the JAMA examines the effectiveness of Pfizer’s 2-dose COVID vaccines in children ages 5 to 11 and adolescents ages 12 to 15. The research was conducted from December 2021 to February 2022 when Omicron was the predominant COVID variant.

The study found that Pfizer’s estimated effectiveness significantly declined in those two groups by the second month after dose two. Initially, when the mRNA shots received emergency use authorization, the effectiveness of the 2-dose vaccine was 100 percent in children and 91 percent in adolescents.

According to emails obtained by Judicial Watch in July 2021, Twitter and other social media companies worked closely with the CDC to suppress supposed “misinformation” about COVID and the vaccines.

It is rather ironic that, in Twitter’s efforts to help the CDC suppress information, it ended up suppressing information from the CDC.