Center’s Dr Andrew Bostom to Take Twitter to Court?


Adjunct Scholar to the RI Center for Freedom & Prosperity and frequent guest on the popular In The Dugout with Mike Stenhouse video podcast, Dr. An Andrew Bostom, a Brown University credentialed epidemiologist has taken initial steps to wage a legal fight against Twitter.

(below is from a Just The News article)

Andrew Bostom, a veteran professor in Brown University’s medical school has retained the same lawyer the represented Alex Berenson for potential litigation against the social media company for permanently suspending his account after he shared peer-reviewed research on the vaccines’ effect on male fertility.

Bostom is also taking on Brown University for allegedly hiding a 20-year-old male student’s hospitalization for heart inflammation in March 2021, a month before Brown announced a COVID vaccine mandate for students. As a hospital volunteer, the student received the first dose of the mRNA vaccine a month earlier.

No College Mandates, which has sent legal warning letters to dozens of college presidents, told Just the News it plans to notify the top leadership at other Ivy League schools about the myopericarditis case identified by Bostom.

The incident happened a year before Ashish Jha took leave as Brown’s dean of public health to serve as the White House COVID coordinator. Jha recently claimed “there have not been any serious side effects of these vaccines.” …

On his personal website, Bostom said he learned about the Brown student’s myopericarditis case from a “Rhode Island caregiver” who had witnessed a handful of “probable” cases of vaccine-induced myocarditis at the Miriam Hospital, part of Rhode Island’s Lifespan healthcare system.

The student was “hospitalized my last night on call” with high troponin levels, the caregiver said in a minute-long recording Bostom shared with Just the News. “I remember his parents were extremely concerned. I had [hospital] administrators calling me from down south where his parents lived.”

Bostom said he verified the incident through … (you can read the rest of the article on Just The News, by clicking here)

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