Dr. Robert Malone, inventor of the mRNA vaccine technology, and Dr. Peter McCullough, top American cardiology physician, are now back on Twitter. Both had their profiles reactivated, as Twitter owner Elon Musk continues his efforts to restore banned accounts.
Robert Malone and Peter McCullough, whose Twitter accounts were suspended during the COVID pandemic, confirmed that they were now able to post again starting Tuesday.
Twitter labeled some posts by Malone as misleading, including one on Dec. 29, 2021, where he posted a video that claimed that Pfizer’s immunizations against Covid-19 did more harm than good, whereafter Twitter suspended the following money.
In addition to Malone and McCullough, another well-known skeptic of COVID-19 vaccines, journalist Alex Berenson was permanently suspended by Twitter. The day after Malone was suspended from Twitter, he appeared on the Joe Rogan Show in an episode removed from Spotify and YouTube.
Malone’s and McCullogh’s Twitter comeback follows a number of others that were previously banned, including former president Donald Trump, The Babylon Bee, and comedian Kathy Griffin. The two banned doctors were named on a lawsuit against Twitter.
McCullough suggested that Elon Musks meeting earlier this week with the Stanford professor who was on Twitter’s blacklist, Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, might have had an impact on Twitter in order to get the controversial physician back on Twitter.