Greta Thunberg’s father was just caught red-handed. This confirms the concerns many had from the beginning — we knew the truth would eventually come to light.
According to reports, a Facebook glitch — which was later resolved by Facebook — briefly revealed that Thunberg’s father, Svantes Thunberg, posted a message on her official page.
In response, Thunberg said, “Since I have chosen not to be on Facebook personally … I use my father Svantes account to repost content, because you need an account to moderate a Facebook page.”
The implication here is that we’re supposed to believe Thunberg uses her father’s Facebook account, since she does not have one, to post messages on her public page promoting climate activism.
There is likely no way of knowing for sure, however, with this new revelation, Thunberg’s political activity will only fall under more scrutiny — and no one can be blamed for being skeptical.
Even so, Thunberg said, “All texts posted on my Facebook page has of course been written by me, just like everything else.” But can anyone genuinely believe this to be the truth?
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