This is a photo of an Irish child who died in 2017.
These victim stories are fabricated.
This outlines the first time:
But then they used the same footage again, less than a week later, while talking about Philadelphia.
CBS pulled hospital staff from their work to wait in line and pose as patients at a drive-through testing site.
After the exposé by Project Veritas, CBS admitted that hospital staff were asked to pose as patients, and retracted the story.
You may have seen images of doctors standing in front of cars to counter-protest those who oppose lockdown, like this image:
Media got caught on camera staging one of them:
How can every country’s paper report that their own country is warming faster than the rest of the world?
It’s as though they’re following the same script.
Another example where multiple media channels appear to be reading from the same script.
An ABC reporter had the story 3 years before it eventually came out – but ABC killed the story.
It’s an excellent idea to fact check news stories that don’t sound right to you. Just make sure that the “fact checkers” don’t have conflicts of interest with the people they are supposedly fact checking. For example, this website, AfricaCheck.org, debunks claims made about people like Bill Gates and George Soros. It is funded by both of them.
Just 6 companies control 90% of American media.
In Canada, 4 companies control 70% of the English media landscape.
It’s also worth mentioning that Canadian news media has received huge bail-outs from the Liberal government, who has signed on to the UN agenda.
The UN SDG Media Compact consists of 100 media conglomerates from 5 continents, with a combined audience of 2 billion people. They have signed onto the Media Compact to ADVANCE and ADVOCATE for UN goals.
“The SDG Media Compact seeks to inspire media and entertainment companies around the world to leverage their resources and creative talent to advance the Sustainable Development Goals.”
“…the Compact is a powerful driver for advocacy, action and accountability on the Sustainable Development Goals.”