Hate To Break the Conspiracy Theory Bubble, but There Is No Virus. And Never Was
Facebook Post By Jamie McIntyre
Hate to break the conspiracy theory bubble, but there is no virus.
And Never was.
$1 million challenge the Australian National Review is offering for anyone that can prove it exists
And that any one has ever died from it.
People fall for conspiracy theories so easily, spread on corporate media paid to spread it and then have you take an experimental drug disguised as a quackzinne with the side effect of death.
And watch as they demand evidence it doesn’t exist ( we have plenty ) but never ever bothered to demand evidence it did exist – they just accepted what’s on the idiot box and told to them by idiot box presenters and tv networks taking millions to tell them exactly that .
And they’ll demand sources of the evidence it doesn’t exist but only listen to sources of news media paid to lie to them .
And they think they are intelligent
Human stupidity is why we are being taking over by criminal globalists as to many people are to stupid to know how the world works.
Maybe people should stop trusting junk science.
It’s embarrassing people fall for, and continue to fall for such scams.
See McIntyre Report Episode 70
Here’s what others had to say:
Mate the ‘experts’ obviously being paid much more to con us into take the clot shot 💉☠️🤪
Wake them up mate🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺👍
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