Former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson posted a screenshot to Twitter showing Amazon Kindle refused to sell his new book Unreported Truths About COVID-19 and Lockdowns: Part 1: Introduction and Death Counts and Estimates.

“Oh fuck me. I can’t believe it. They censored it,” Berenson captioned the post. “THEY CENSORED IT! It is based entirely on published government data and scientific papers. It doesn’t say coronavirus isn’t real or doesn’t kill people (in fact, the worst-case death toll is likely to be striking to people). And Amazon won’t run it.”

Amazon’s message to Berenson stated, “Your book does not comply with our guidelines. As a result we are not offering your book for sale. Due to the rapidly changing nature of information around the COVID-19 virus, we are referring customers to official sources for health information about the virus. Please consider removing references to COVID-19 for this book.”

“Today Amazon refused to publish my booklet about the coronavirus because it ‘did not comply’ with their (undisclosed) guidelines,” Berenson wrote. “This is outrageous censorship from a company that has gained hugely from lockdowns – and dominates the US book market, especially with stores closed!”

Tesla CEO Elon Musk chimed in on the post, tagging Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos in a message saying, “This is insane. Time to break up Amazon. Monopolies are wrong!”

Exposing Amazon’s glaring hypocrisy, Berenson reflected on the time Amazon “wouldn’t stop selling a how-to guide for pedophiles and only backed off after it was forced to.”

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