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.)