Fox News superstar Tucker Carlson just dropped a coronavirus bombshell. Millions of fans across the country are completely stunned — they never expected this to happen less than two months before the November election.
Following Carlson’s interview with Chinese virologist Dr. Li-Meng Yan, he noted that “a video of the segment reached 1.3 million people on Facebook.” However, this doesn’t last for long — the social media platform “suppressed the video.”
Carlson said that it was done “presumably on behalf of the Chinese government,” which would make sense considering Dr. Yan claimed the COVID-19 virus was “intentionally” released; she even said has evidence to prove her assertion.
Instead of allowing “more informed voices in the conversation,” it appears that Facebook allegedly decided to carry water for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Somehow, any information that runs contrary to the “party line” is worthy of censorship.
Facebook suppressed Dr. Yan’s message by attaching another one of the platform’s now-infamous “fact checks,” complete with articles attempting to refute whatever claims are in a post. But people may have “noticed something odd” this time.
“The fact checks were all published months ago, many months — in January, February, and March, and they had nothing whatsoever to do with what Dr. Li-Meng Yan said on our show,” said Carlson.
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