The first time the Facebook Police sounded their alarms for Mary Beth Pfeiffer came on Jan. 19. Pfeiffer, a well-known investigative reporter, was writing about an early treatment for COVID-19 that showed promise. Like a scientist, she had read dozens of medical studies and interviewed doctors on the frontlines of treatment.
Pfeiffer concluded that a drug called ivermectin that has been used safely for many years might just prevent the infection and treat it early; it even showed success in hospitalized patents. Many doctors agree. The government does not.
Pfeiffer was so convinced that by the time she wrote her sixth article for trialsitenews.com, the headline read: “Not Using Ivermectin, One Year In, Is Unethical and Immoral.” Pfeiffer posted it to a private group on Facebook. The sirens blared: “Your post goes against our standards of misinformation.” Facebook knows the truth, and this wasn’t it, the Zuckerbergs declared.
On Feb. 27,…