Musk Hands Over Next Batch Of ‘Twitter Files’ To Journalist Alex Berenson, Who Won Censorship Lawsuit Against Twitter Over ‘COVID Misinformation’

Berenson is a rightful vaccine sceptic who was censored and banned by Twitter for posting about the dangerous side-effects of COVID vaccines


(Washington Examiner) A vaccine skeptic who won a legal battle with Twitter over his suspension has been given access to documents about the Big Tech company’s content moderation and censorship practices by its new owner, Elon Musk.

Alex Berenson, an independent journalist and controversial critic of the public health establishment, is releasing the next edition of what Musk and his allies have dubbed the Twitter Files, a series of internal documents that detailed the company’s past dealings and business efforts.


Berenson has criticized the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines and the government and academic response to the pandemic, making him popular among vaccine skeptics and some conservatives. Berenson was banned from Twitter but successfully sued to have his account reinstated under allegations that the ban occurred due to pressure from the White House.

“Guess who’s coming to dinner? The first meal is already plated. And it’s delicious,” Berenson tweeted Friday alongside an image teasing details about Twitter’s approach to handling COVID-19 misinformation.


He followed the tease with a post on his Substack newsletter, saying he headed to San Francisco for his “first peek” at the files at the invite of Musk to look over “Covid-related documents.”

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