Alex Berenson


Outrage as Alex Berenson baselessly tells Tucker Carlson ‘dangerous’ vaccines should be ‘withdrawn’

Anti-vaxx writer Alex Berenson drew outrage on Tuesday evening after comments on Tucker Carlson Tonight regarding vaccines against Covid-19.The Fox News host introduced the segment by saying that cases of the coronavirus are “skyrocketing” in countries such as Denmark, Australia, and Israel, which have some of the highest rates of vaccination.Mr Berenson joined the show telling Mr Carlson that the vaccines do not work against the Omicron variant of the virus and should be pulled from the market.“We’re at a very dangerous moment, Tucker, and I’m not exaggerating. I think this is probably the most important appearance I’ve had...

COVID Truther Alex Berenson Files LOLsuit Against Twitter For Tortious Deplatforming

Back in April, Atlantic writer Derek Thompson branded Alex Berenson “The Pandemic’s Wrongest Man” in an article that quickly went, uh, viral. Berenson, a former reporter, had launched a new career as a lay epidemiologist, promoting spectacularly wrong theories about coronavirus and becoming a Fox news regular along the way.

Twitter Sued By Journalist Alex Berenson Over Account Ban

Journalist and novelist Alex Berenson has sued Twitter for booting him off the platform over his tweets about COVID-19 vaccines. “This case raises significant questions about private power and the state of free speech in America,” his lawyers write in a complaint filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. “Do our laws place any limitations on Twitter’s power to discriminate against speakers -- even as it becomes the most important outlet for journalism worldwide, in part because its promises of unfettered free speech have attracted an audience of hundreds of millions of users?”

Alex Berenson, critic of US COVID-19 response, sues Twitter over suspension

Alex Berenson, a former New York Times reporter and prominent critic of the United States's response to the pandemic, is going after Twitter for his suspendion. Berenson, who rose to prominence early in the pandemic for questioning the U.S. response and has been skeptical of the effectiveness of vaccines, claimed in a lawsuit filed in the Northern District of California that his First Amendment rights were violated by the social media giant.

Hillsdale College Pulliam Fellow Alex Berenson Delivers Public Lecture

Author of “Pandemia: How Coronavirus Hysteria Took Over Our Government,. Hillsdale, Mich. — Journalist and author Alex Berenson gave a public lecture on Oct. 11 titled “Truth, Science, and the Coronavirus.” Berenson is this fall’s Eugene C. Pulliam Distinguished Fellow in Journalism. In his lecture, Berenson excoriated the media for failing to report the truth about the coronavirus, public health measures, and COVID-19 vaccines.

Alex Berenson speaks on reporting and COVID-19

The public deserves to know the full truth about COVID-19 vaccines, argued investigative reporter and New York Times bestselling author Alex Berenson during a Monday lecture. “This is a story about science,” Berenson said. “It’s also a story about journalism, and the absolute and total failure of journalism. Because these numbers are available to everyone.”

Banning Alex Berenson From Twitter Is a Mistake

Twitter has finally had enough of Alex Berenson, the former New York Times reporter who has spent the pandemic being extremely wrong about both the severity of the COVID-19 crisis and, more notably, the efficacy of vaccines. On Saturday, the social media site confirmed that it had permanently banned him for "repeated violations of our COVID-19 misinformation rules."

After Being Banned, Alex Berenson Claims to Tucker Carlson Twitter ‘Defamed’ Him

Alex Berenson joined Tucker Carlson on Monday night after being permanently suspended from Twitter. Berenson was labeled “the pandemic’s wrongest man” in April for irresponsible commentary on coronavirus and the vaccines. Twitter banned him over a tweet he sent out about vaccine effectiveness. Berenson actually claimed to Carlson it is...
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COVID vaccine doubter Alex Berenson permanently banned from Twitter

Conservative commentator and vaccine doubter Alex Berenson has reportedly been permanently suspended from Twitter for violating the social media platform’s COVID-19 misinformation rules. Berenson’s account was banned Saturday after “repeated violations” of the rules, a Twitter spokesperson told NBC News in a statement. Berenson, a one-time New York Times reporter,...

Twitter permanently suspends Alex Berenson over coronavirus tweets

Twitter has permanently suspended former New York Times journalist and author Alex Berenson, a critic of coronavirus lockdowns and mandates, from its platform. "The account you referenced has been permanently suspended for repeated violations of our COVID-19 misinformation rules," a Twitter spokesperson told Fox News in response to an inquiry Saturday night.