Dr. Suspended From Twitter For Asking Questions Against The Narrative

(NewsGlobal.com)- Twitter has suspended renowned internist and cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough after questioning the effectiveness and safety of COVID-19 vaccines. McCullough is based in Texas.

On October 7, Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) used social media to denounce the suspension of McCullough’s account.

With a screenshot showing McCullough’s account disabled, Massie stated, “To say private companies have this right is to ignore their coordination with government censors and the undisclosed influence they have on elections,”

On Thursday, several other medical professionals and people criticized Twitter for suspending McCullough’s account.

The principal medical adviser for the Truth for Health Foundation, McCullough, has raised concerns about the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 shots, which the Biden administration has promoted. McCullough has over 512,000 followers on Twitter.

McCullough expressed his worries that vaccines were not thoroughly vetted before being released at a presentation in Pennsylvania in March, saying that “critical groups were excluded, such pregnant women.”

McCullough claimed that pregnant women were first encouraged, then compelled to take the immunizations because there was a lack of information about their safety and effectiveness.

He said that studies had shown that “the messenger RNA is in the lymph nodes months after the vaccine had been received” and that “the immunizations are not leaving the body.” in that same presentation.

McCullough noted “an assortment of internally consistent non-fatal outcomes” from FDA-approved vaccinations on EpochTV’s “American Thought Leaders” show in June, including “heart damage with Pfizer, Moderna” and “blood clots with Johnson & Johnson.”


In May, the FDA restricted Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 shot to people 18 and older in cases where permitted or approved COVID-19 vaccines are not available or clinically appropriate or when the person is less enthusiastic about using the other two doses.


According to FDA research, the vaccine’s known potential benefits for preventing COVID-19 outweigh its known and possible hazards for the limited-use population.

The risk of TTS, a rare but potentially fatal condition, warrants limiting the vaccine’s recommended use.


After Twitter suspended his account, McCullough went to the free speech website Gab to alert his followers.