The Big Push for Censorship is to Silence Vaccine Injured Families From Speaking Out

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What do they consider to be “anti-vaccine information”? If I share vaccine information from the CDC, the WHO, scientific studies published in medical journals, those should be just fine. Those are considered mainstream, reliable sources. The problem is that if I also share commentary about vaccines from blogs, websites, or groups that are known to question vaccines, Facebook begins to suppress any vaccine information I share, even if it’s from one of the sources I listed above, whom they accept as “authoritative” sources.

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