Enough already with the big tech Fact Checkers

Tony Forcucci
5 min readJun 11, 2022
Photo by Susan Q Yin on Unsplash

It’s as if we all live in some sort of an adult kindergarten when it comes to some of these big tech companies.

In the United States we have freedom of speech. It is built in right there in the terms and conditions of the foundation of the nation. People in the USA are free to speak, to share opinions, to share facts, to tell lies, to weave stories, to say anything we want.

Most people don’t abuse this (the old yell fire in a crowded theater line).

Outside of pretty much that we are all free to say, think, believe, agree, disagree, debate, and share anything we want.

However, we now live in age where there are several main “one-to-many” forms of information distribution. And the big technology companies that pretty much “own” the space of one-to-many communication (Facebook, Twitter, Google, Instagram, etc.) have taken it upon themselves to become the arbitors of truth.

Not that this is news, but it has reach a point of insanity because in many cases the “fact checkers” are not checking facts at all but rather implementing a corporate, or publically acceptable (in their opinion), or woke point of view in line with a Leftist political agenda, financial donors, government policies and other political entities.

Facebook even admitted in court that their “fact checkers” are just opinion approvers esssentially.

Today I shared an 8 minute video I thought was interesting from a Dr. Byram Bridle who discussed that the scientists behind the COVID-19 “Vaccine” made a terrible mistake.

Listen to it here: https://www.bitchute.com/embed/N5UAQT3s31TY/

His claim is that Covid-19 vaccines have toxic spike proteins that as it turns out don’t just stay in the muscle tissue of your shoulder when injected, but instead travel to other parts of your body such as the heart, reproductive organs, spleen, and brain.

Maybe he’s wrong.

Tony Forcucci

I share travel, business, and rational thought stories from experiencing a lot of the world up close. tonyforcucci.com