Pandy asked 2 months ago

Is it right to sensor any unsubstantiated claims that the COVID-19 vaccine is dangerous or otherwise harmful?

Pandy

Is it right to sensor any unsubstantiated claims that the COVID-19 vaccine is dangerous or otherwise harmful?

No, censorship is bad and the Covid vaccine will be horrible. No one should get it. It will be like the mark of the beast. I say that as an atheist. I don't believe in the bible but that's what it's going to be like. There is no new virus and there is no p

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Answered by ASouza

I'd say don't censor anything. Let idiots end up hurting themselves.

Answered by board

no

Answered by xvilyv

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I think it's strange to try and censor something we don't know a lot about yet, literally everything about it is speculative, even the developers are still doing trials and studies so who's to even say what is 'substantiated' at this point?

Sense? You cannot sense something that so far hasn't been tested on a population, can you?

I don't believe in censorship, but there should at least be fact checking to counteract the false or misleading information against it.

These claims aren't unsubstantiated. The development of a vaccine should take years. There should be an aweful lot of testing to prove that it is safe. Talking about the gold standart of medicine the placebo controlled double blind study, which never takes

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I don't think the government should do it--freedom of speech and all--but some online platforms seem to be working these days to censor or otherwise vitiate posts that are fake news and are somehow detrimental to society, and I don't take an issue with tha

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Answered by inhahe
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