If there ever was clear-cut proof that Google, Twitter, Facebook, and other big-tech firms are in the bag for the uber-liberal left, this is it. Last March, Rachel Maddow famously went on a rant about how vaccines stop the virus, and yet as we all know, this is the farthest thing from the truth. However, did Ms. Maddow get censored when she doubled down on this falsehood on December 20th? No. In fact, the only people to have gotten suspended or booted altogether are people who have challenged her assertions - despite tangible proof that vaccines do NOT stop the virus such as Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin getting it or countless others who did their best to mask up and vaccine themselves three times who are now sick, or not sick but have the virus. [tweet_embed] January 4, 2022[/tweet_embed] Moreover, social media users that have demanded apologies from Rachel Maddow and MSNBC over the liberal host's insistence that the vaccine stops the virus dead in its tracks and prevents further transmission are actually being censored by Twitter and Facebook or having their posts tagged with warnings of misleading information. The only misleading information there has been in this instance came from the LGBTQ+ icon Maddow. One has to ask is it because she is gay that she, like CNN's liar-in-chief Don Lemon is untouchable? [tweet_embed] January 4, 2022[/tweet_embed] On March 29th, Maddow said "Now we know that the vaccines work well enough that the virus stops with every vaccinated person." "A vaccinated person gets exposed to the virus, the virus does not infect them, the virus cannot then use that person to go anywhere else," she added with a shrug. "It cannot use a vaccinated person as a host to go get more people." The vaccines, she said, "will get us to the end of this." [tweet_embed] January 4, 2022[/tweet_embed] While the COVID-19 vaccines did prove to be somewhat effective against the first strains of the coronavirus, the emergence and rapid spread of the omicron variant, even among the vaccinated, has raised cause for concern. Initial studies have shown that omicron cases feature milder symptoms than their predecessors but are more contagious. In light of the new challenge, the medical community has urged Americans to get boosted for further protection. Lab tests have revealed that while two doses may not be strong enough to prevent infection, a booster shot of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine produces virus-fighting antibodies capable of tackling omicron. Fox News has reported that with Maddow's March declaration now in question, social media users let MSNBC know that her comments did not age well. [tweet_embed] January 4, 2022[/tweet_embed] "It’s wild how there are no consequences for all these vaccine lies," sports journalist Clay Travis tweeted. "If you wonder why many are skeptical of the covid ‘vaccine’ it’s because they remember what they were told about how effective the vaccine was. All that Rachel Maddow says here is untrue." More observers demanded an apology or at the very least an update, from Maddow and MSNBC. "Will she retract her statement and apologize?" Fox News host Rachel Campos-Duffy asked. MSNBC did not immediately respond for a request for comment. [tweet_embed] January 4, 2022[/tweet_embed] The continued spread of omicron has exposed a shortage in COVID-19 rapid tests in the U.S. New Yorkers, for example, have been seen standing in line for hours in Times Square trying to get tested. President Biden conceded Monday that he has no federal solution to solve the lack of tests and more pandemic-related issues, imploring individual states to begin taking action, despite declaring a year earlier that he would "shut down the virus."