This has not been a good week. For the first time in years I accidentally deleted all 700 words of this week's column. I don't have the time to re-write it or explain it.

I had responded to 9 of Kelly's issues. This week's comments on "Second Opinion" were very broad.

Much of my column dealt with communications restrictions (i.e. First Amendment cancellations by Big Tech.) I cited the recent banning of world renowned virologist, Dr. Robert Malone. #Twitter #RobertMalone #UnitedStates. Twitter, and now Facebook, have decided they know better than this extraordinary specialist: ("I am an internationally recognized scientist/physician and the original inventor of mRNA vaccination as a technology, DNA vaccination, and multiple non-viral DNA and RNA/mRNA platform delivery technologies. I hold numerous fundamental domestic and foreign patents in the fields of gene delivery, delivery formulations, and vaccines: including for fundamental DNA and RNA/mRNA vaccine technologies.") (Dr. Robert Malone)

Unlike most people invested in the vaccine controversy, Dr. Malone holds no financial interest in this multi-$billion contest. Those who object to Dr. Malone's expert opinions should consult Doctor Jack Dorsey and Doctor Mark Zuckerberg for their's.

Let all American citizens beware: You must now have your personal and professional opinions approved for publication by Twitter, Facebook, Google, Apple, Amazon, etc. Get used to being too small to matter- the Big Five have spoken.

Here's hoping things go better next week.