Early on, many independent media outlets were skeptical about the crisis after it first emerged in China, questioning whether or not the virus was really as serious as communist authorities were claiming – and rightfully so, seeing as how governments are notorious for unleashing these types of false flag events as part of their globalist schemes. But even after the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) reached the United States and led to quarantines, lockdowns, and other stay-at-home restrictions, many of these same media outlets were still in denial that anything was actually happening.
Setting aside the questionable nature of the true severity of this "invisible enemy," as President Trump has called it, the independent media, and especially those with a traditionally conservative bent, run the gamut in terms of their denial of its very existence. Even though medical tests have confirmed that many people are, in fact, contracting the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), there's a contingent of out-there media outlets still suggesting that the whole thing is fake, or some kind of hoax.
Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, has been warning that such thinking, which is being propagated by the likes of conspiracy investigator David Icke, will more than likely make the situation worse by lengthening the amount of time that Americans have to remain locked inside their homes. By denying the existence of the virus, in other words, some Americans will continue to spread it, resulting in more infections, and thus more societal chaos.
Listen below to The Health Ranger Report as Adams gives his take on what he describes as the spread of Stupid-19, or the "brain-eating infection that makes people think viruses aren't real:"
Truth be told, there are media outlets on both sides of the political aisle that are guilty of contributing to the spread of virus denialism, or at the very least greatly underestimated just how serious this situation would become. Even those in government, including President Trump and Anthony Fauci, have flip-flopped over the past several months in assessing where this all was headed.
Adams was actually one of only a few whose predictions ended up manifesting, and now he's warning that if people don't acknowledge that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) does exist, otherwise we wouldn't all be on lockdown, that the government's draconian efforts to contain it will only continue to ratchet-up until we're all stuck living in a permanent prison planet.
"Those of us who understand the real dynamics of what's going on here are offering a far more thoughtful pro-liberty path: Let's beat the virus with nutrition and masks so that we can end the lockdowns and make vaccines obsolete by the time they're ready for market," Adams writes. "But in order to beat the virus, we of course first have to acknowledge the virus is real."
While it's certainly within the realm of possibility that infection and death numbers aren't 100% accurate, it's probably not within the realm of possibility to say that nobody is dying from the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) because it's supposedly fake.
Take Sean Hannity of Fox News, for instance. Though he now claims that he never actually called it a hoax, Hannity has been outed with actual recorded evidence from back in early March that depicts him calling the virus a "hoax," or at least suggesting that the media's response to it is a hoax designed to "bludgeon Trump" and ruin his chances of reelection in the fall.
Conservative pundit Rush Limbaugh also stated back in February that he believed the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) to be no different than the "common cold," and that the whole thing is being weaponized "to bring down Donald Trump." Limbaugh went on to criticize the mainstream media for overhyping the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) in "an effort to get Trump," adding that the survival rate is 98 percent because it's "a respiratory system virus."
"It probably is a ChiCom laboratory experiment that is in the process of being weaponized," Limbaugh is further quoted as saying, inferring that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) may have "escaped" from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, China's only biosafety level-4 (BSL-4) laboratory where such viruses are known to exist and are used for testing purposes.
To be clear, Hannity, Limbaugh, and others aren't necessarily bad guys for recognizing that there's certainly a litany of lies accompanying the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, including the fact that it obviously is being used as part of a global plot to push for mandatory vaccinations and mandatory microchipping of humans as part of the New World Order. But to deny that it even exists at all, as some have done, is to add another layer of unlikely conspiracy where, quite frankly, it isn't needed.
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