‘Twitter Files’ contributor quit six-figure corporate job to fight tech censorship

Lindsay Jones gave up her six-figure job to volunteer her time and knowledge fighting tech censorship and countering the government's COVID-19 narrative.

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Lindsay Jones speaks with Liz Collin about her work fighting Big Tech censorship. (Alpha News)

Lindsay Jones, better known as TexasLindsay, quit her corporate job last year to dedicate her time to spreading the truth about the harms of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Jones joined Liz Collin Reports this week to discuss her work fighting Big Tech censorship, including helping write the Twitter Files.

Jones first became aware of mass censorship in January 2021 when she read what she called an “alarming” article from a Ph.D. researcher. The article exposed the dangers of the COVID-19 vaccine for children.

Jones knew she had to get the information out, so she shared the article on Facebook. What usually would have garnered several comments and lots of activity had zero engagement.

Something felt “eerie” about this, she said. She hadn’t used the words “COVID” or “vaccine” in her post — she only expressed that the link was important.

“Anytime censorship has occurred in history, there’s always a reason for it, and it’s never a good one,” Jones said.

In the article, the doctor’s analysis pointed to future fertility issues for prepubescent children who take the vaccine.

“This could affect future generations, if it turns out to be true, but we don’t know because there are no long-term studies,” Jones said.

The CDC’s branding and messaging on the vaccines were “brilliant,” she admitted.

“What I didn’t see was the counternarrative … We needed to combat the message in a simple way with information that was important and countered what was being pushed,” Jones explained. “There’s never been a drug in history that was 100% safe, 100% effective, but that’s essentially what [the CDC] was saying.”

Jones decided to take her marketing, branding, and PR skills to spread a counter message.

She began to do just that while working her full-time job, until late last year, when she decided to quit her corporate job. She wanted to get her message to people who couldn’t understand or access important information and data about the COVID-19 vaccine.

“I decided it was more important to do this work and continue to push important messages to the public,” she said.

Twitter, the ‘town square’

Jones hadn’t used Twitter before, but she realized it was the “town square” to connect with anyone in the world.

Within her first week on Twitter, she connected with EcoHealth Alliance whistleblower Dr. Andrew Huff, who spoke out about the possibility of COVID-19 being a lab leak. Jones helped Huff with PR and marketing to get his message out, connecting him with media outlets all around the world.

“But the media here was pretty silent,” she said. “I thought this would be a bipartisan slam dunk, and that everybody would want to talk to the guy who worked at EcoHealth Alliance and could prove it was a lab leak. I was so naive.”

After connecting with Ed Dowd, a former BlackRock executive, Jones began researching U.S. excess mortality rates, which were allegedly reported incorrectly. Excess mortality rate is the number of expected deaths during a certain time period versus the number of actual deaths.

She found that, all over the world, trends were similar to the U.S., depending on mask and vaccination mandates. Germany’s numbers are especially concerning, Jones said. Once booster shots were rolled out this year, Germany’s excess mortality rate hit the highest it’s ever been, at 45%, since World War II, she said.

“There was a very hardcore agenda in place in Germany,” Jones said. Now, some officials in Germany are backtracking and admitting that mandates should not have been in place.

“In other countries, people are going to court and being held accountable,” she said.

She’s also worked with Brook Jackson, a Pfizer whistleblower whose case continues to make its way through the courts.

Twitter Files

Jones’ Twitter account was suspended last August after she shared a news clip of Tucker Carlson reading vaccine data from The Lancet, a peer-reviewed medical journal.

Following her suspension, Jones began investigating censorship at Twitter; she followed every politician, doctor, and researcher she could find who was censored for sharing information on COVID vaccines.

Paul Thacker, one of the journalists who wrote and published the Twitter Files, asked Jones to help him decipher and comb through internal documents from the company, which she readily agreed to do.

The Twitter Files revealed internal communications between Twitter execs during a time of “blatant censorship,” according to Jones.

“If you don’t know what to look for … in this massive trove of information, there’s so many missed opportunities for additional corruption that can be exposed,” Jones said.

She believes those who pushed vaccine mandates and approved the vaccine need to be held accountable.

“These people need to publicly apologize; they need to admit openly, and then … they need to go to trial for the lives they affected,” she said.

Jones gave up her six-figure job to volunteer her time and knowledge to get out an important message. She said she has no regrets.

“And there’s still work that needs to be done. There was just a dad that was censored on YouTube for sharing his own story about his son dying of myocarditis five days after he got his shot. And they removed his channel,” she said. “I will not sit by and let it happen.”

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