Zero Hedge, January 2020: Coronavirus originated from a top, level-4 biohazard lab in Wuhan.— James Todaro, MD (@JamesTodaroMD) April 16, 2020
Next day: Permanently suspended from Twitter.
Washington Post, April 2020 (3 months later): So yeah...it looks like coronavirus came from a bioresearch safety level-4 lab in Wuhan.
BIG BROTHER: Facebook Will Issue Warnings to Users Who ‘Like’ Unapproved Coronavirus Information https://t.co/pecRY71oUr— Big League Politics (@bigleaguepol) April 18, 2020
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The Epoch Times published an investigative documentary looking into the origins of the new coronavirus, the CCP Virus, on April 7. The video rapidly went viral on multiple platforms, with more than 70 million views. Then Facebook flagged the video as “False,” and sent alerts to people who shared the video, alleging they had shared false information.⠀ ⠀ After reviewing the claims, The Epoch Times responded, and noted in an open letter that the Facebook fact check contained a factual error, a conflict of interest, and had other issues that call into question whether the “False” label was warranted.⠀ ⠀ And the World Health Organization (WHO) has been deeply involved in an information campaign against the so-called “infodemic” of information about the virus, and has worked closely with social networks to contest what it deems as “misinformation.” This comes as the WHO is being globally criticized for spreading the Chinese regime’s false information on the virus.⠀ ⠀ ⠀ YouTube channel: Crossroads⠀ ⠀ Subscribe for updates : http://bit.ly/CrossroadsYT⠀ ⠀ Follow us on Twitter:https://twitter.com/crossroads_josh
The article @Facebook used as #FactCheck doesn’t pertain to the #CCPvirus documentary produced by @EpochTimes and @news_ntd. It was last updated on March 20, more than two weeks before the documentary was released. Details here: https://t.co/hnLfAaSJlc #coronavirus #covid19— Petr Svab (@PetrSvab) April 19, 2020