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Louis Farrakhan vaccine claims posted to Twitter, Facebook despite misinformation policies

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One Nation of Islam speaker, Tony Muhammad, promoted an allegedly false claim that the vaccine was linked to autism

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Big Tech has been allowing Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan to share misleading and allegedly false claims about coronavirus vaccines despite their policies against coronavirus misinformation.

Farrakhan’s remarks, recorded on video late last month during the Nation of Islam’s annual Saviours’ Day convention, were still available via Twitter, Facebook and YouTube as of Saturday night.

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