Speaking on Steve Bannon’s The War Room, Dr. Naomi Wolf, as can be seen below, admitted, “I knew from an earlier tranche of documents released before by America First Legal that the CDC had coordinated with Twitter specifically to target a tweet of mine that was not only accurate but prescient and responsible. The very earliest journalist to say, hey, wait a minute, women who are getting these mRNA vaccines are developing menstrual problems, menstrual symptoms. It was accurate. That was true. And they suppressed that. And as a result, millions of women were harmed.”
Receiving information from her lawyers, Dr. Wolf revealed, “They explained, and I can’t be too specific about this, but I’ll just say that a new tranche of documents released through Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmidt’s lawsuit against the Biden administration for colluding with big tech to suppress people’s first amendment rights, which is totally illegal, totally unconstitutional. My tweet appeared again.”
Having fought the COVID-19 narrative for some time, Dr. Naomi Wolf detailed how her life and career suffered as a result of nothing but trying to educate people. “I can say that apart from the fact that my career was completely turned upside down. And I was ejected from a 35-year position as a globally respected nonfiction writer of eight best sellers and had to remake my entire life as a result of that attack, which wasn’t just Twitter de-platforming me but a global smear campaign.”
Dr. Naomi Wolf continued, “I’m not a terrorist. I’m not bringing in fentanyl from the border. I’m, you know, I’m not a criminal. I’m a peaceful, responsible mom-slash journalist. I’ve spent three decades writing about women’s sexual and reproductive health and reporting on those issues. Yeah. I’m doing the same thing I’ve always done, and the White House colluded with big tech to suppress a conversation not just me, but other people in these documents around menstrual problems and fertility problems.”
Not caring much about her career more than saving lives, the doctor concluded, “fast forward, millions of American women, partly due to that suppression, due to that coordination, have suffered.”
This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on September 9, 2022. It originally appeared on LifeZette and is used with permission.
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