T-Mobile prevented some users from texting a link to a WND article featuring a video interview with COVID vaccine critics Dr. Robert Malone and Dr. Ryan Cole.
Just the News reporter Greg Piper confirmed the wireless carrier was blocking a link to the article. In the WND interview, Malone, the key inventor of the mRNA technology used in the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, and Cole, an Idaho pathologist, discussed the New York Times report of CDC officials acknowledging they hid COVID-19 data from the public for fear it would be misinterpreted by critics of the agency’s policies and guidance.
Malone featured the WND interview on his Substack page in a post titled “Scientific Fraud and the CDC.”
“Note: the above link is not being allowed to be forwarded by T-mobile and probably other cell phone services,” wrote Malone, who has been banned from Twitter and LinkedIn. “Evidently speaking about censorship and scientific fraud is considered too dangerous by our government.
Malone’s wife and business partner, Jill Glasspool Malone, told Just the News that the censorship wasn’t happening with every T-Mobile customer who tried to forward the link. But it was “happening to enough people, for it to be very suspicious.”
Piper, a T-Mobile customer, said he texted the WND article to another T-Mobile customer and a Verizon customer to test Malone’s claim. “Neither received the text with the article link, but they did get texts with the WND.com home page, showing the domain itself is not blocked,” he wrote.
Just the News reported the Rumble video of the interview, embedded in the WND article, was not itself blocked by T-Mobile.
A T-Mobile spokesman insisted the blocking of the link was not intentional.
“We checked into this with our technical team,” T-Mobile wrote in an email to Just the News. “We haven’t heard about this issue. We can share that T-Mobile is not intentionally blocking this, and would not. Without further context, it’s hard to say what the actual issue is.”
See the WND video interview with Dr. Robert Malone and Dr. Ryan Cole:
In January, T-Mobile blocked links to the popular Gateway Pundit blog, which regularly spotlights and reports stories that conflict with the establishment narrative on the 2020 election, the Capitol riot, the pandemic and other issues.
The St. Louis-based website asked Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt to investigate, and on Feb. 14 his office informed T-Mobile that an investigation had been launched.
On Friday, the Gateway Pundit said, Schmitt’s office received a response from T-Mobile and told a lawyer for the website that the wireless carrier admitted that users had been blocked from sharing links to Gateway Pundit articles.
T-Mobile insisted this was due to a glitch in the spam filters.
“We do not believe that for a second,” wrote Gateway Pundit founder Jim Hoft.
T-Mobile claims it has corrected the problem and users should be able to send Gateway Pundit links.
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