A mainstream news outlet spread a social media conspiracy to its international audience on Sunday, when it published a story about a string of deaths in the town of Ferguson, Missouri.
“Six deaths, all involving men with connections to protests in Ferguson, Missouri, drew attention on social media and speculation in the activist community that something sinister was at play,” Associated Press said in a Sunday story.
Ferguson was the home of the Black Lives Matter riots after the death of Michael Brown, who was shot by Officer Darren Wilson in self defense.
According to AP, the recent deaths in Ferguson are “puzzling,” despite the fact that authorities have said that none are connected to the Ferguson riots. This is a stark contrast to the normal mainstream press narrative, which disallows anyone from questioning any official government or press narrative, and labels dissenters as “conspiracy theorists.” For proof, see the press’s desperate attempt to marginalize anyone who speaks out about the untimely deaths of several people who were close to the Clinton family.
Two of the recent deaths in Ferguson were ruled homicides. Three were ruled suicides, and one an accidental overdose. Despite that, AP is pressing forward with the conspiracy theory – which started on social media – that something is amiss in Ferguson.
“But some activists say their concerns about a possible connection arise out of a culture of fear that persists in Ferguson 4 ½ years after Brown’s death, citing threats — mostly anonymous — that protest leaders continue to receive,” the report said.
One of the protestors found a box in his car containing a six foot Python, which could suggest that someone with a grudge against the Ferguson rioters has murdered six of them – or could be totally innocuous. AP suggested this as proof that something sinister is happening in Ferguson.
Several other left wing media organizations, including NBC and The Kansas City Star, have picked up the story.
AP did not return a comment request.
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New York Times Writer Blames Evangelical Christians for Chinese Coronavirus
Not China’s Communist Party.
A New York Times writer published a column largely assigning blame for America’s Chinese coronavirus epidemic on Evangelical Christians.
In Stewart’s column, titled ‘The Religious Right’s Hostility to Science is Crippling Our Coronavirus Response,’ she frames conservative Christians for a supposed lacking national effort to contain the disease. Stewart alleges that Christians within the administration are preventing the federal government from recognizing ‘science,’ repeating a trope long alleged by liberals that their political opponents are supposedly ignorant of the discipline.
In the article, Stewart claims that “Donald Trump rose to power with the determined assistance of a movement that denies science, bashes government and prioritized loyalty over professional expertise. In the current crisis, we are all reaping what that movement has sown.”
She fails that recognize that scientific experts on viral outbreaks such as Dr. Anthony Fauci have informed the federal government’s response since the beginning of the crisis.
Stewart fails to mention that it was progressive liberals across the world who largely opposed international travel bans, a scientifically verifiable means of virus transmission and spread. The European Union lagged well behind the United States and Canada in placing curbs on travel across borders.
Perhaps most egregiously, she fails to even so much as assign any culpability for America’s coronavirus epidemic on the Chinese Communist Party, which failed to so much as even admit the scale of the problem as the disease first took the form of a true public health pandemic in China. The CCP’s negligent cover-up of the coronavirus epidemic in undoubtedly the most ‘unscientific’ governmental approach to the virus, with grave consequences. And China’s authoritarian leaders are by no means conservative Christians.
Stewart’s reaching move to blame Evangelicals for the coronavirus outbreak in America is merely a reactionary take from a cultural liberal seeking to impute political commentary in the midst of a pandemic.
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