Twitter bans mask skeptics

It’s always interesting to see what SJW narrratives are not only being pushed, but are being actively enforced, by the Tech Cartel:

Conservative pundit Bill Mitchell has been kicked off Twitter, saying his opposition to face masks first earned him a suspension, which became permanent after he unwittingly violated the rules by tweeting from a second account. Mitchell announced his ban in a post on Parler on Friday, laying his Twitter handle to rest after accumulating more than 600,000 followers. Earning regular retweets from President Donald Trump, the account was a source of controversy, at times backing ‘QAnon’ conspiracy theories and voicing skepticism toward Covid-19, among other things.

Frankly, since I don’t pay much attention to the ever-shifting Corona-chan narratives, I was still vaguely under the impression that the Narrative was still insisting that masks were unnecessary for the general public.

In late February and early March as the COVID-19 outbreak began accelerating in the US, hospitals and health facilities experienced severe shortages of personal protective equipment for healthcare workers. In response, experts like Fauci and the US Surgeon General Jerome Adams advised Americans against wearing masks. 

I imagine Twitter is going to be hell on margarine matters too.