by Sharon Rondeau

(Mar. 22, 2022) — A post on Silicon Valley entrepreneur Steve Kirsch’s Substack site early Tuesday morning indicated that Twitter has upheld a second suspension it imposed last month on his account, will not reconsider its decision, and has deleted all of the account’s content without allowing Kirsch the opportunity to preserve it.

“After 13 years on Twitter, I was suspended for life a second time on Feb 6, 2022 and I was just notified today that there is no appeal. It took them 6 weeks to review my appeal,” Kirsch wrote. “I’m banned for life on Medium, Twitter, and LinkedIn and all appeals have been exhausted.”

Early in the pandemic, Kirsch founded the COVID-19 Early Treatment Fund with the goal of finding therapeutic solutions to the disease which quickly swept the world, reportedly claiming millions of lives.

Last year Kirsch founded the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation (, which seeks “to advance scientific inquiry as the best way to guide us out of the pandemic.” He hosts a weekly teleconference with free registration to discuss current COVID-19 policy, expose the emerging risks associated with the vaccines and reverse government mandates.

Kirsch’s team includes Dr. Peter A. McCullough, Dr. Robert W. Malone, Dr. Ira Bernstein, all medical doctors, and several PhDs who have been vocal about reported COVID-19 vaccine injuries, deaths, miscarriages, and governments’ responses or lack thereof.

In late December, Malone’s Twitter account was closed “permanently” without explanation when just days before, Kirsh’s was restored in a similar manner.

Embedded in Kirsch’s Substack post is a response from “Twitter Support” maintaining the final suspension of his account as a result of his alleged violation of its “COVID-19 Misleading Information Policy.”

“LinkedIn and Medium do the same thing,” Kirsch wrote. “If you say something they don’t agree with, they remove everything you ever did. At least Medium was decent enough to give me access to my material to download.”

Dr. Simone Gold, MD, JD, has also been censored by Twitter, Facebook and YouTube for advocating early treatment, the full reopening of schools and businesses in July 2020, and for opposing vaccine mandates.

Facebook has promoted the vaccines; labeled reporting questioning their safety “false,” citing its “fact-checkers”; and exclusively referred readers to the CDC and World Health Organization (WHO) for the latest information. The platform has recently locked The Post & Email out of its account for alleged “security” reasons.

Several months ago, Medium censored one of The Post & Email’s articles on the basis that it allegedly disseminated “misinformation” on COVID vaccines and did not respond when we attempted to appeal its removal. It did, however, permit future postings.

Concluding his post, Kirsch wrote:

Twitter, LinkedIn, and Medium all believe deplatforming me (and others who share my beliefs that early treatments work and the vaccines are dangerous) is a service to their community.

The message these companies want to send to everyone is that if you stick to the popular narrative, you will not be punished.

This is a new America where you need to conform or you will be deplatformed.

Readers interested in following Kirsch’s writings can do so here at a free or paid level.

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    1. People like you are dangerous to the freedoms we have in America and those freedoms guaranteed in the Constitution, like freedom of speech even if you don’t agree with the speech.