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Twitter Suspends Naomi Wolf Over Vaccine Misinformation

June 8, 2021 -- American author Naomi Wolf has been suspended from Twitter for spreading misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines, the BBC reported. Wolf had tweeted those vaccines were a "software platform that can receive uploads" and that the urine and feces of vaccinated people should be separated from general sewage supplies until testing had measured its impact on non-vaccinated people through drinking water, the BBC said.
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Twitter Suspends Author Naomi Wolf for Spreading Vaccine Misinformation

Editor's note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape's Coronavirus Resource Center. American author Naomi Wolf has been suspended from Twitter for spreading misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines, the BBC reported. Wolf had tweeted those vaccines were a "software platform that can receive uploads" and that the urine and...
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Anti-Vaxx Tweets Get Naomi Wolf Banned From Twitter

It was earlier in the pandemic that feminist author Dr. Naomi Wolf's words caught my eye. Referring to children having to wear Covid-19 face masks, she tweeted:. Terrifying; children now don't have the human reflex that they when you smile at them they smile back. - Naomi Wolf.
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Twitter suspends author Naomi Wolf after vaccination claims

Twitter has suspended author Naomi Wolf after she shared tweets with COVID-19 vaccine misinformation, BBC reported on Sunday. Twitter shared in a statement to The Hill that Wolf's account was permanently suspended for repeated violations of their COVID-19 misinformation policy. Wolf, the acclaimed author of the feminist book “The Beauty...
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Naomi Wolf suspended from Twitter over Covid conspiracy theories

Dr. Naomi Wolf—once revered as a feminist author but lately more well-known for startling factual errors and conspiracy theories—was finally banned this weekend from Twitter after describing vaccines as "a software platform that can receive uploads." She also compared Dr Anthony Fauci, the top Covid adviser in the US, to...
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Author Naomi Wolf Spreads So Many Anti-Vaccine Myths That She’s Banned From Twitter

One might even call them all lies. “The author variously claimed that vaccines were a ‘software platform that can receive uploads’ and that ‘the best way to show respect for healthcare workers if you are healthy and under 65 is to socialise sensibly and expose yourself to a low viral load.’ In her most recent post, she argued that ‘vaccinated people’s urine/feces’ (sic) needed to be separated from general sewage supplies/waterways until its impact on unvaccinated people via drinking water was established.” – The Guardian (UK)
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Covid: Twitter suspends Naomi Wolf after tweeting anti-vaccine misinformation

American author Naomi Wolf has been suspended from Twitter after spreading vaccine misinformation. Dr Wolf, well known for her acclaimed third-wave feminist book The Beauty Myth, posted a wide-range of unfounded theories about vaccines. One tweet claimed that vaccines were a "software platform that can receive uploads". She also compared...
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Naomi Wolf banned from Twitter for spreading vaccine myths

The author Naomi Wolf has been suspended from Twitter after using it to spread myths about the pandemic, vaccines and lockdown. Wolf, who wrote the influential feminist work The Beauty Myth, holds staunch anti-vaccine views. Last month she told a US congressional committee that vaccine passports would “re-create a situation that is very familiar to me as a student of history. This has been the start of many, many genocides.”
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Twitter bans Naomi Wolf

If you're tired of cancel culture and censorship subscribe to Reclaim The Net. Feminist author and journalist Naomi Wolf has been permanently banned on Twitter for posts about COVID-19, vaccines, and vaccine passports. Some have applauded the ban, while others see it as another example of Big Tech’s suppression of free speech.
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Who's afraid of Naomi Wolf?

The best-selling author and one-time Democratic Party insider has aligned herself with figures from the political far right. At rallies for her 'Five Freedoms' campaign, Wolf has railed against vaccine passports, mandatory masks, and emergency laws. The academic scandal over her latest book Outrages: Sex, Censorship & The Criminalization of...