Steve Kirsch attempted to create a Google Surveys questionnaire about Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) "vaccines," only to have Google censor it
It turns out that Google does not allow any Google Surveys to mention anything about covid, the jabs or associated adverse events. An email Kirsch received from Google explained that "information related to certain medical topics," in this case the Fauci Flu, "are a non-starter."
"In this scenario," the email adds, "we must reserve the right to allow or not allow surveys with these topics at our sole discretion. Please remove this question to make it compliant."
Kirsch's first question – he only created two – and the one that Google is referring to, here, asks whether anyone in the household, including oneself, has ever had covid, is now unable to work because of a covid infection, or has died from covid.
This would seem to be a generally innocuous question, which makes Google's objection to it somewhat dubious. (Related: Google has been on a censorship spree
for many years.)
In his second question, Kirsch asked if anyone in the household, including oneself, has taken the covid injection, had a diagnosis of myocarditis following injection, or died from a covid injection. Here is what Google had to say about this one:
"Surveys with questions including offensive, obscene, gruesome, shocking or distasteful content are not allowed to run."
Is Google the government's Ministry of Truth?
Google pretty much sent the same response to both of Kirsch's questions, mainly suggesting that they are inappropriate and not something that Google wants to allow on its platform.
In order to publish the survey, the tech giant explained, both of Kirsch's questions need to be removed – which means there is no survey left to publish.
Kirsch says that he and his team "were floored" by the response, as all they are attempting to do is take the pulse of public health post-plandemic
"Clearly, they don't want anyone to know the truth," Kirsch says about Google. "The only truth they want you to know is what the government tells you."
Other platforms have published these same questions without issue, but not Google. In essence, Google is working on behalf of the government to silence all truth about covid and the injections.
"In short, Google Surveys will not allow us to question the government narrative," Kirsch further writes.
"Clearly, Google doesn't want anyone in America to know how safe the vaccines are. You simply are not allowed to question the government narrative."
Based on the results of his many other surveys, Kirsch is convinced – as we are – that Chinese Virus shots are in no way safe, left alone effective. Google apparently knows this, too, which is why Kirsch's surveys are not allowed there.
What this means, of course, is that Google is complicit in the mass genocide of humanity via covid injections, which are still being pumped into people's bodies on a daily basis – with young children as the latest victims.
Google's latest code of conduct reads: "And remember ... don't be evil, and if you see something that you think isn't right – speak up!" Kirsch is trying to do just that.
"I think this isn't right," Kirsch writes. "Will anyone at Google speak up? Wouldn't it be great if Google acknowledged the error and ran the survey and published the results? Don't hold your breath on that ever happening!"
Kirsch also attempted to post his survey to the Nextdoor app, which also removed it within 24 hours. According to Kirsch, almost everyone on the Nextdoor app is "pro-vaccine," and he is considered to be "an evil person there."
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