Is the CDC Foundation Directing MailChimp’s Vaccine Censorship?
By Jefferey Jaxen
Posted July 18, 2019
On June 7 MailChimp announced it had already shut down a number of accounts for “anti-vaccination content.” MailChimp also announced it was adding the ‘anti-vaccination’ category to its routine searches for prohibited content. Nowhere on Mailchimp’s website did it elaborate on what constituted ‘anti-vaccination’ content.
If there was no evidence to suggest vaccines cause harm, why is there a backlog of claims within the very court set up to deal with life-threatening or disabling diseases caused by vaccines? Why is another $2M needed to hire medical reviewers to process additional claims and reduce backlogs? Asking questions like these are now considered ‘anti-vaccine misinformation’ and would be enough for MailChimp to shut down the account of anyone inquiring. More…
MailChimp has begun removing customers who share information questioning vaccines to their email lists. An investigation revealed the CDC Foundation appears to be directing the move.
A campaign to stop vaccine misinformation? Who is deciding what is misinformation and truth? Why are big companies trying to silence people without answering their questions?