Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Censorship Increasing: 'SOVERN' - New Social Media Platform Created To Fight Back


Minnesota Surgeon Fired After Speaking Against Mask Mandates at School Board Meeting

A surgeon at Lake Region Healthcare in Fergus Falls, Minnesota was fired after speaking against mask mandates at a recent school board meeting.

Dr. Jeffrey Horak, the hospital’s general surgeon of 16 years, was fired less than two weeks after saying that parent’s should be able to make decisions about masks for their children.

“We live in America where freedoms are held close,” Horak told the Wahpeton Daily News. “I am a man who believes individuals have the right to do their research and decide what is best for them and their children when it comes to their health. I don’t believe governments or institutions should dictate that. It’s a position I’ve always have taken. And when the science doesn’t make sense to me it’s hard for me to go along.”

Wahpeton Daily News also obtained the following statement from Kent Mattson, chief executive officer of LRH, regarding the matter: “Lake Region Medical Group (LRMG, the provider group that employed Horak) provided notice to Lake Region Healthcare (LRH) that Dr. Jeff Horak will no longer be available for general surgery services at LRH after Oct. 20, 2021.”

“We sincerely appreciate Dr. Horak’s 16 years of service to our patients and our organizations and we wish him the best as he transitions his practice from here,” Mattson stated, sharing that LRH is working with LRMG to ensure continued access to general surgery services through the organization’s complement of talented and dedicated general surgeons who will “ensure we have surgical coverage in place to provide uninterrupted service for all patient needs.”

In response to his firing, members of the community gathered at the hospital on Monday and sang “God Bless America” and chanted things like “fight for freedom.”

As the government attempts to force the public to comply with medical tyranny and lockdowns, big tech is doubling down on censorship, configuring algorithms to bury information surrounding the coronavirus and vaccines.

In 2020, tech giants brazenly censored a sitting President of the United States with no repercussions, making it abundantly clear they are tied to the hip of the Democrat Party.

An end to Big Tech’s control over digital information flow is nowhere in sight amid politicians’ empty threats of antitrust legislation.

But a video, live-streaming and social media platform that champions free speech and cannot be taken down by big tech may be a game-changer.

The new platform, Sovren, is not only “a place of refuge for free thinkers,” but it is the first social media platform built on invincible blockchain technology, explains Sovren founder Ben Swann.

Swann, an investigative journalist and founder of Truth in Media began building Sovren in 2017 because he “saw the censorship before it got here.” But he never imagined the tech collusion to censor “misinformation” would be so brazen.

“The Marxist progressive movement in this country has seized all the levers of power. The totalitarians have seized it in government, education, academia, in the workplace, in corporate America,” Swann told the Gateway Pundit in an exclusive interview. “It’s a blitz. They are going to blitz you with so many ideas, concepts, hit you from so many different areas that you will suddenly be stunned by what’s happening, and by the time you realize, ‘I’ve got to take action,’ it’s over – they’ve seized all the levers in our society.

“There are at least 80 million people in this country over the age of 18 who are standing around like ‘what’s happening? We are hoping that if we just stay still and take a breath it will stop. It won’t stop. What they are taking today, they are going to take much more tomorrow. A lot of people don’t know what to do. The first step in that, I believe, is to start breaking these systems of control.”

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