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Facebook suspends users for questioning the practicality of masks for children, now the social media platform is facing monster suits

A Facebook user suspended for protesting the wearing of masks for children is resisting.

San Diego data analyst Justin Hart was sent up to three days of a downed version of Facebook last week after posting an image that reflected the use of masks on children as a way to to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Image titled, “Children’s face covering is impractical and not supported by real-world or research data,” according to Just news.

The Liberty Justice Center, sent Facebook a letter protesting the social media giant’s actions, noting that the image is “based on science and with captions for scientific evidence supporting its claims.”

The letter said Facebook would be sued if it didn’t end the ban on Hart, noting that Facebook had in the past moderated views it didn’t like, and those views were subsequently deemed valuable.

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The letter notes that at one point, Facebook is strangled anyone upping the theory that the coronavirus started wreaking havoc globally as a result of a leak from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, in Wuhan, China – a point that even the Biden administration has now acknowledged ability.

Facebook should “admit its error” and let posts like Hart’s about children’s masks remain available as an “equivalent scientific hypothesis,” the letter said.

The letter notes that Facebook is damaging Hart’s professional reputation by suspending the San Diego-based data specialist.

Hart poured his heart out about what happened on Twitter.

Hart is not alone in her thoughts, as demonstrated in a recent post on MedPage Today by University of California San Francisco epidemiologist, Dr. Vinay Prasad.

Prasad notes that many types competitive truth has been advanced on this topic.

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“This is the real answer to the question of whether it is worth wearing masks for children: No one has any clue. For the past year and a half, the scientific community has failed to answer these questions. Completely failed,” he wrote

“We don’t know if the mask is suitable for children 2 years of age and older, 5 years of age and older, 12 years of age and older. No idea if they only work for some period of time. No idea if this is linked to community rates. It is not known whether concerns about aphasia offset the benefit in reducing viral transmission, and if so, at what age.

He noted that instead of working hard serious study, there have been “selectively, confusingly, retrospective studies of a politically divided population with prejudices that will forever lead to opposing conclusions”.

Has Facebook grown too strong?

The Biden White House recently revealed that they were using Facebook as a cat’s paw to silence voices that it is believed to be spreading misinformation.

Hart was mentioned by a published research in May, was one of the loudest voices pushing back against conventional COVID-19 wisdom.

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Huynh Nguyen

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