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Google Bans InfoWars App From Play Store, Censoring Unauthorized Coronavirus Information

Big Tech is using coronavirus as an excuse to ramp up draconian censorship.

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Google has removed the Infowars App from its Play Store, using coronavirus as an excuse to censor the leading independent news provider.

“Now more than ever, combating misinformation on the Play Store is a top priority for the team,” a Google spokesperson said to WIRED. “When we find apps that violate Play policy by distributing misleading or harmful information, we remove them from the store.”

Jones is under fire for disputing the approved narratives regarding coronavirus, urging people not necessarily to panic at the behest of the globalist media.

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In one of the comments that have gotten him in hot water, Jones reportedly said that “everybody dies under the new world order except maybe one tenth of one percent that believe they’re going to merge with machines and have made deals with this inter-dimensional thing that gave them all the technology … You can’t make a deal with these aliens, OK, that the Bible tells you about and ever get off the planet.”

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It is not only Big Tech that is using the coronavirus in an attempt to destroy Jones’ ability to freely communicate. The state of New York has also taken aim at Jones’ business for selling products that he claimed improves bodily immunity to toxins.

The affirmative-action New York attorney general Letitia James used her bully pulpit earlier this month to target Jones and demand for him to stop selling the supplements that sustain his news operation:

Jones has urged people to buy the products in his web store as a “stopgate” against the coronavirus and SARS. New York attorney general Letitia James says that this is unacceptable and has demanded for him to stop selling these helpful products.

“As the coronavirus continues to pose serious risks to public health, Alex Jones has spewed outright lies and has profited off of New Yorkers’ anxieties,” James said, claiming that Jones’ advertising is “incredibly dangerous.”

Jonathan Emord, a lawyer from “The Alex Jones Show,” claims that James’ allegations are false and that the products were never marketed “to be used in the treatment of any disease, including the novel coronavirus.” They will be adding a disclaimer on their page to make sure that is known.

The government is also cracking down on remedies not approved by the FDA, such as colloidal silver, as a way to protect the Big Pharma monopoly on health and wellness, using coronavirus as the excuse to flex their muscle.

Joseph Simons, who works as chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, has said that “what we don’t need in this situation are companies preying on consumers by promoting products with fraudulent prevention and treatment claims.”

Colloidal Vitality LLC has been targeted by the federal government for claiming that “it’s actually widely acknowledged in both science and the medical industry that ionic silver kills coronaviruses.” Televangelist Jim Bakker has also been targeted for selling colloidal silver as a possible coronavirus remedy.

“Mr. Jones’ public platform has not only given him a microphone to shout inflammatory rhetoric, but his latest mistruths are incredibly dangerous and pose a serious threat to the public health of New Yorkers and individuals across the nation,” James said, making it clear that she has a partisan vendetta against against Jones.

Jones clarified his advertisement campaign while addressing the controversy on his radio show, dispelling the far-left lies used against him in an attempt to destroy his reputation and his business.

The authoritarian measures taken by public and private actors may end up causing more damage to society than coronavirus by the time this nightmare is said and done.

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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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