During Wednesday’s Republican-led House Oversight Committee concerning conservative censorship on social media, GOP Rep. Nancy Mace slammed Twitter’s former Chief Legal Officer for censoring the Harvard & Standford doctors because they didn’t support the Covid-19 vaccine.

Addressing the censorship of conservative voices on Twitter, Mace criticized Twitter officials who “worked overtime to suppress accurate Covid information.”

She then cited a Stanford doctor’s tweet about natural immunity that landed him on Twitter’s blacklist, hiding his tweets from view on the social media platform. “Apparently the views of a Stanford doctor are ‘disinformation’ to you people,” Mace said.

“I, like many Americans, have long-term effects from Covid,” continued Mace, who has experienced negative side effects from her second dose of the Covid vaccine.

Rep. Nancy Mace

Elaborating on these vaccine-related side effects, Mace said, “I now developed asthma that has never gone away since I had the second shot. I have tremors in my left hand, and I have the occasional heart pain that no doctor can explain. And I’ve had a battery of tests.”

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“I find it extremely alarming [that] Twitter’s unfettered censorship’s spread into medical fields and affected millions of Americans by suppressing expert opinions from doctors and censoring those who disagree from the CDC,” Mace continued.

The GOP Rep then admitted she has “great regrets” about getting the Covid vaccine because of the health issues she suffers from now that she doesn’t think will ever go away.

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Mace then presented another example of Twitter censoring scientists for sharing views that don’t fit the Left-wing narrative.

A Harvard-educated epidemiologist was censored by the social media platform after tweeting, “Covid vaccines are important for high-risk people and their caretakers. Those with prior natural infection do not need it, nor [do] children.”

Twitter labeled this tweet as “false information” since it did not fit their pro-vaccine narrative.

Mace turned her attention to Twitter’s former Chief Legal Officer, Vijaya Gadde, calling her out for believing she knew more about Covid-19 than medical experts do. Mace asked, “Where did you go to medical school?”

Vijaya Gadde

Gadde replied that she did not attend medical school, and Mace quipped back, “That’s what I thought.”

“Why do you think you or anyone else at Twitter had the medical expertise to censor a doctor’s expert opinion?” asked Mace.

“Our policies regarding Covid were designed to protect individuals,” Gadde responded, attempting to avoid the actual question.

Mace jumped back in to point out the absurdity of Twitter’s censorship choices. She said, “You guys censored Harvard-educated doctors, Stanford-educated doctors, doctors that are educated in the best places in the world, and you silenced those voices.”

Addressing Gadde again, Mace presented a Tweet from someone with 18K followers that was a chart from the CDC website but was still labeled as ‘misleading’ by Twitter.

“You’re not a doctor, right Ms. Gadde?” asked Mace. “What makes you think you or anyone else a Twitter have the medical expertise to censor actual, accurate CDC data?”

Gadde responded that she was unfamiliar with this particular case. “Yeah I’m sure you’re not,” Mace sarcastically replied.

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