Chelsea Clinton’s attempt to cancel Fauci critics just failed in a spectacular way

The country just can’t seem to ever get rid of the Clintons.

Now, Chelsea is stepping into the spotlight.

And her attempt to cancel Fauci critics just failed in a spectacular way.

Big Tech has used brutal censorship to try and snuff out any dissenting opinions on the pandemic.

One of the few outposts for free speech online these days is Substack.

Substack is an online publishing platform that Fauci critics like Alex Berenson and Robert Malone have used to publish their work after being banned off Big Tech platforms, connecting directly with their supporters to get their opinions out.

And Substack not falling in line with the rest of the Big Tech censorship regime, has the Left fuming.

Chelsea Clinton made an attempt to pressure Substack to fall in line with Big Tech censorship.

She posted on Twitter, “Anti-vaxx grift going strong – why is Substack facilitating science denialists’ ability to profit from destructive lies (and comfortable profiting themselves)?”

“Anti-vaxxers making ‘at least $2.5m’ a year from publishing on Substack” via @guardian,” she continued.

She linked an article from the leftist U.K. Guardian, which cited research that estimated what Fauci critics were earning an estimated $2.5 million from paying subscribers.

Unsurprisingly, people are willing to support opinions that don’t follow the corporate-controlled media’s tightly-crafted narratives on the pandemic.

The irony of Chelsea calling independent thinkers “grifters,” when the Clinton Foundation was one of the biggest grifting operations in political history was apparently lost on her.

Fauci critic Alex Berenson pointed out on Substack that Clinton likely sent the Tweet from her $10 million dollar New York apartment paid for by politically connected jobs that required little work. 

Unfortunately for Chelsea, Substack is one of the few tech companies to draw a line in the sand on free speech.

Substack Vice President of Communication Lulu Cheng Meservey said, “At Substack, we don’t make moderation decisions based on public pressure or PR considerations.”

“An important principle for us is defending free expression, even for stuff we personally dislike or disagree with,” she added.

“People should be allowed to decide for themselves, not have a tech executive decide for them. I wouldn’t want someone to pick out my clothes for me, much less my ideas,” she continued.

Substack’s stand for free speech makes it an oasis amongst censorship-happy tech companies.

Their stand comes as the Left is trying to have Joe Rogan run off of streaming platform Spotify for COVID “misinformation.”

It remains to be seen whether Substack will hold off the Fauci cult’s Cancel Mob.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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