Last January, when China and the World Health Organization (WHO) were performing damage control for Beijing over a mysterious new coronavirus which broke out in the same town as their secretive bat coronavirus lab (with whom, unbeknownst to most at the time, a Fauci-funded NGO called EcoHealth Alliance had been working), anyone who logically suggested a link between the secretive lab and the new disease was immediately punished by Silicon Valley tech giants who protected China from those who dare speculate based on very. obvious. clues.
Twitter suspended Zero Hedge after a BuzzFeed journalist (later fired for plagiarism) accused us of ‘doxxing a Chinese scientist it falsely accused of creating coronavirus’ (with publicly available information). Five months later Twitter restored our account after mounting public pressure – saying they had “made an error.”
Facebook banned our articles – and policed COVID ‘disinformation’ based on the word of so-called “fact checkers” who insisted that the new disease couldn’t have possibly escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, and must have emerged via yet-to-be discovered animal intermediaries between bats and humans. Of course, one of Facebook’s “fact checkers” worked at the Wuhan lab.