Biden Admin Pressured Amazon to Suppress Anti-Vax ‘Propaganda’

Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration pressured retail giant Amazon to suppress any information that expressed skepticism about COVID-19 mRNA vaccines

Biden’s White House influenced Amazon in March 2021 to restrict books that contained anti-vax “propaganda,” according to emails the House Judiciary Committee obtained.

Amazon and White House personnel corresponded between March 2 and March 12 and had a meeting on March 9, according to the emails.

Amazon eventually limited the visibility of anti-vaccine books following criticism from the White House by not promoting them.

“Who can we talk to about the high levels of propaganda and misinformation and disinformation [on] Amazon?” former White House Senior Advisor for the Covid response Andy Slavitt asked in a March 2 email.

Slavitt lamented about how searching for “vaccines” under books on Amazon yields “concerning” results in another email the same day.

In a related email later the same day, Slavitt noted there was no Centers for Disease Control and Prevention “warning” on a certain book about vaccines.

One employee pondered whether the White House wanted the company to eliminate certain books from Amazon’s website or if the White House wanted it to suppress them in search results.

Do Joe Biden and Democrats want to make sure no one knows the harmful effects of vaccines?

“Is the [Biden] Admin asking us to remove books, or are they more concerned about search results/order (or both)?” the employee asked in a March 9 email.

Amazon had held off on taking action on these books because it was worried about public perception, according to a March 2 email.

However, it was “feeling pressure from the White House,” according to a March 12 email.

In the same email about feeling the heat from the White House, the company pondered methods to “reduce the visibility” of anti-vaccine books.

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The company ended up “enabl[ing] Do Not Promote for anti-vax books whose primary purpose is to persuade readers vaccines are unsafe or ineffective on 3/9, and will review additional handling options for these books with you,” it wrote in another March 12 email.

Documents previously published by the House Judiciary Committee show that the White House also exerted pressure on YouTube to suppress COVID-19 vaccine information in April 2021.

Biden’s former Director of Digital Strategy Robert Flaherty told YouTube that he wanted to coordinate what the platform was doing to suppress anti-vaccine content.

Moreover, the White House also used its influence to get Facebook to censor related content in 2021, according to additional emails obtained by the committee.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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