A CBS News producer shaming unvaccinated Americans and appearing to call for the punishment of athletes abstaining from the COVID-19 jabs previously declared “vaccines don’t work” in a 2013 tweet, The National Pulse can reveal. In yet another sign that the cult of COVID vaccinations is more political than scientific, Christopher Brito – who has been with the corporate news network since 2017 – unleashed on fellow Americans despite his previous assertions about the efficacy of vaccines. Brito works as a Sports and Culture as well as Social Media Producer for CBS News, and appears to have written over 1,000 articles
With Twitter founder Jack Dorsey stepping down as CEO, it was announced that Parag Agrawal – the company’s current Chief Technology Officer – will take over the leadership role. Agrawal, concerningly, is a vocal opponent of free speech and the First Amendment, and has sent tweets about all white people being racist: “If they are not gonna make a distinction between muslims and extremists, then why should I distinguish between white people and racists.” — Parag Agrawal (@paraga) October 26, 2010 The Indian-born migrant has used his tenure as Twitter’s tech chief to lead research on how best to silence
The corporate media’s fêted Facebook “whistleblower” tweeted a number of racially charged comments, as well as claiming to have bought books by Karl Marx for young children, The National Pulse can exclusively reveal. Frances Haugen – who went from nobody to testifying on Capitol Hill within a matter of days – has been demanding mass censorship on social media, particularly aimed at those who don’t share her worldview. But her own behavior on social media may serve to undermine her moral authority on the matter. A private profile linked to Haugen which appeared in her biography for speaking events such
EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak – the disgraced proponent of the COVID-19 “natural origins” theory and longtime collaborator of the Chinese Communist Party – deleted a tweet revealing his attendance at an event sponsored by Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases featuring Wuhan Institute of Virology researchers. Posted on December 10th, 2019, just weeks before the Chinese government reported its first case of COVID-19, the tweet revealed Daszak’s attendance at the Nipah Virus International Conference in Singapore. “The two-day session was co-hosted by Duke-NUS Medical School (Duke-NUS) and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI). Also listed
Gwen Berry – the Olympic track and field athlete who recently made headlines for turning her back to the American flag during an awards ceremony – has an extensive Twitter history of racist, anti-white posts. Berry, whose participation in the U.S. Olympic trials for hammer throwing led to a viral photo of her turning her back to the flag, has also used her platform to advocate for left-wing causes including racial and social justice. “Berry has become one of the most outspoken leaders in the sport fighting to bring awareness to issues of social injustice in the United States,” her
Megan Rapinoe – a "woke" professional soccer player who's made headlines for her far-left activism and anti-Donald Trump stunts – appeared to mock Asians in old posts on Twitter, writing "u look asian with those closed eyes."
Adeel Raja, a CNN contributor, called for a “new Hitler” on Twitter. Raja, who lists himself as a Freelance Contributor at the outlet on LinkedIn, shared the tweet on May 16th amidst ongoing attacks on Israel. “The world today needs a Hitler,” wrote Raja in a now-deleted post. At the time of publication, however, Raja’s account still contains pro-Adolf Hitler messages including comments about how the Nazi leader “did good with the Jews”: Raja has been cited as an author on several CNN articles, with the network’s Spanish-language edition giving him an author page. Most of Raja’s work focuses on international
Platforms including Twitter and Facebook are failing to suspend and label thousands of bot accounts linked to the Chinese Communist Party, according to a new investigation conducted by the Associated Press and the Oxford Internet Institute. “A seven-month investigation by the Associated Press and the Oxford Internet Institute, a department at Oxford University, found that China’s rise on Twitter has been powered by an army of fake accounts that have retweeted Chinese diplomats and state media tens of thousands of times, covertly amplifying propaganda that can reach hundreds of millions of people — often without disclosing the fact that the