Twitter deactivated this Friday the account of the Mexican actress Patricia Navidad after she was concerned in lots of controversies for publishing disinformation, reminiscent of that the coronavirus is cured with “teats (infusions) of guava and aspirin.”
In the actress’s profile you possibly can learn: “Account suspended. Twitter suspends accounts that violate Twitter guidelines.”
For months, the actress has been a development on a number of events greater than for her work for her feedback questioning the existence of COVID-19 and the “plandemic”, as she described it, along with her expressions of help for the nonetheless president of the United States, Donald Trump.
As well as, he had additionally ensured that the vaccines in opposition to the coronavirus which are already being administered in a number of international locations round the world, together with Mexico, are used to “hyper-monitor” the inhabitants.
Nonetheless, the suspension of his account – which is unknown how lengthy it can stay blocked – got here after in his final publication he made reference to those alleged cures to remedy the coronavirus.
In the identical message, he declared that COVID-19 is “the identical flu yearly that mutates each two years” and said that he didn’t put on a masks as really useful to forestall the unfold of the coronavirus.
“The one factor I can let you know is that I care for my immune system, I don’t put on a masks,” the actress informed the media.
To this point, Christmas has not expressed something about this occasion by way of its different energetic social networks reminiscent of Instagram or TikTok.
However earlier than this occasion, the singer additionally assured that a few of her social media accounts had tried to be canceled, though she mentioned she was not involved.
“Sure, like Donald Trump as a result of I help him, of the two choices he’s the greatest. I’m not afraid that my accounts can be canceled as a result of in the finish we all know that social networks deal with us,” the actress replied this Thursday.