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Facebook Desperately Tries to Censor BLP Story on Nobel Prize Winner’s Claim That Coronavirus Was Made in a Lab

They are desperate to censor news about the potential origins of the coronavirus.

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Facebook’s fact checking gestapo has attacked original reporting published on Big League Politics yet again, as the Orwellian social media provider becomes desperate to restrict unauthorized information regarding coronavirus on their platform.

Big League Politics reported last week on the controversial claims from French Nobel Prize winning scientist Luc Montagnier, who admitted that the coronavirus came from a laboratory in Wuhan, China.

The factual report of the doctor’s claim (please note, Big League Politics did not present the claims as fact) can be read in part here:

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Montagnier told the French CNews channel and a podcast by Pourquoi Docteur that elements of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and elements of the “germ of malaria” make it clear that COVID-19 was created in a lab.

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“The Wuhan city laboratory has specialized in these coronaviruses since the early 2000s. They have expertise in this area,” Montagnier was quoted as saying.

Montagnier received the Nobel Prize for medicine in 2008 because he identified the AIDS virus alongside professor Franeoise Barre-Sinoussi. Montagnier’s willingness to admit certain inconvenient truths about coronavirus has earned him the scorn of his establishment colleagues. Despite his long-standing history of contributing to science, his peers want to destroy him for not surrendering to the official Chinese propaganda narrative pushed by groups like the World Health Organization.

“Just in case you don’t know. Dr Montagnier has been rolling downhill incredibly fast in the last few years. From baselessly defending homeopathy to becoming an antivaxxer. Whatever he says, just don’t believe him,” Juan Carlos Gabaldon wrote in a tweet.

In a desperate attempt to suppress this information and stop it from going viral, Facebook called the report “false” on their platform, even though BLP was merely reporting the claims of an iconic scientist with the courage to speak against the China-approved narrative.

Hilariously, the so-called fact checker was even forced to admit that the BLP article was factually accurate in its critique of the story.

“The only thing accurate about these articles is that Nobel Prize winner and virologist Luc Montagnier did in fact make these claims,” they wrote.

The so-called fact checker claims that “articles which repeat Montagnier’s claims without critically evaluating their veracity exhibit the common “appeal to authority” fallacy, in which something is assumed to be true simply because the person saying it is considered to be an expert.”

However, Montagnier is far from the only expert that believes coronavirus was likely created in a laboratory by Chinese mad scientists. Renowned expert Richard H. Ebright has corroborated these types of claims and called for serious inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus.

“A denial is not a refutation,” Ebright said in reference to Chinese virologist Shi Zhengli, who works at the research lab in Wuhan that is believed by many to be behind the coronavirus outbreak.

Ebright also praised Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) in a Twitter post for calling attention to how the Chinese likely created this entire crisis.

Facebook only draws attention to the conspiracy by desperately trying to control information on their monopoly platform. Their latest Orwellian “fact check” against BLP just shows that we are a serious threat to their thought-control operation.

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Supposed Sheriff’s Deputy That Went Viral After ‘Resigning’ Busted as a Likely Impostor

It’s very likely an impostor is running the account.

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An anonymous ‘sheriff’s deputy’ that claimed to have resigned from his position as a law enforcement officer in protest of the death of George Floyd is considered by many to be an impostor.

@navyvetbolt gathered more than 100,000 retweets on Twitter on Monday with a picture of what appeared to be police gear, claiming he had just resigned from an unnamed law enforcement agency in protest of the killing of Floyd.

The viral tweet later reached the front page of Reddit, with the anonymous account pivoting swiftly into partisan anti-Trump and left-wing political commentary.

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However, some were unconvinced that navyvetbolt is who he claims to be, pointing out that much of the gear he posted in his original tweet is commonly sold on ecommerce websites such as eBay and Alibaba. Most notably, the holster he uses for what is nominally his service pistol doesn’t resemble holsters commonly used by law enforcement agencies, more closely resembling a civilian holster.

Firearms enthusiast @LouisvilleGun uploaded a lengthy set of a arguments in an imgur detailing why @navyvetbolt is likely a law enforcement imposter, exposing the wide list of discrepancies surrounding his claims with the make and quality of the supposed police gear he posted on Twitter.

Remember that cop that rage quit? It’s a LARP.

@navyvetbolt is yet to provide any solid evidence proving he’s a (now former) law enforcement agent, claiming to do so would somehow put his life or family at risk.

He posted a picture of a supposedly department-issued rifle that is identifiable in the photo as a Smith and Wesson M&P15.

That form of AR-style rifle is one of the more commonly owned and sold AR’s in the United States. It’s thought of by some as a more ‘affordable’ rifle, often retailing for prices around $600.

Navyvetbolt goes on to claim that the rifle has been converted into a fully automatic weapon.

It’s extremely dubious to imagine that a law enforcement agency would even issue Smith and Wesson M&P15’s to its personnel, considering that the rifle is considered to be more of an expressly civilian weapon. Sheriff’s Departments and police agencies can obtain fully automatic rifles from military-grade manufacturers legally; it would make no sense to convert a civilian AR-15 to fully automatic for law enforcement use. And it’s even more outlandish that whatever law enforcement agency navyvetbolt claims to have worked for would let him keep a fully automatic rifle owned by the agency after resigning in an act of political protest. Not to mention that such a transfer would place him in violation of the ATF’s tax stamp rules for the transfer of fully automatic firearms.

Almost certainly a poorly disguised hoaxster, unwilling to provide any real evidence of his claims of affiliation with a law enforcement agency, using a sheriff’s badge purchased on eBay or Alibaba in order to advance a left-wing political agenda.

 

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