One would think given the global crisis at hand, the deep state that works so hard to undermine President Trump and his administration would give it a temporary rest.
Of course, that’s not going to happen.
In fact, this anti-democracy secret government group won’t stop until President Trump is gone.
Facebook was just exposed again for their deep state ties to biased fact-checkers.
Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe recently posted a video on Facebook of him questioning National Guard personnel about what they’ve observed during the coronavirus pandemic.
In the video, one guardsman manning the testing site tells O’Keefe that in his opinion, “It’s [like] the flu. It’s a cold.”
Another official said that those who had tested positive at the facility,“[Were] not so bad. I’ve seen people who get nothing more than a little cough.”
Keeping levity, the official also added, “There are bad cases, I know that too.”
But the Project Veritas video was soon banned by Facebook because it “violated its policies on Covid-19 misinformation.”
We’ve previously reported that Facebook’s “fact-checkers” are all liberal and have total oversight power.
But now we’re learning that Facebook is even more biased than anybody initially thought.
The New York Post recently featured an opinion piece written by Steven Mosher who warned that China’s story about the origins of the coronavirus can’t be trusted.
Mosher argued that the virus possibly infected humans due to contamination errors at Wuhan’s Institute of Virology lab – not the city’s infamous “wet market.”
The op-ed was shared a lot on Facebook until the social media giant flagged it as “False Information.”
The New York Post editorial board eventually discovered that the person who had fact-checked the opinion piece was actually a researcher at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
Danielle E. Anderson, an assistant professor at Duke-NUS Medical School, flagged the article as false because the lab maintains “strict control and containment measures.”
Anderson also fact-checked a video from Epoch Times that suggested the exact same theory and it too was banned from Facebook.
It’s obvious we can’t trust the information China has given us.
In fact, China’s biggest mobile carrier, China Mobile Ltd, has “mysteriously” lost 21 million cellphone customers since January.
That’s an alarmingly high number of lost business that just so happens to “magically” coincide with when the virus first began ravaging the country.
Facebook has a responsibility to its users to do better and offer counter-viewpoints—especially when there’s no definitive evidence to say otherwise.
And consider this – Facebook was one of the root sources of the new 5G conspiracy currently sweeping the web. Why isn’t that considered “false information”?