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What Can We Learn From The Biggest Lies People Believed About Covid?

• By Brandon Smith

People were supposedly dying en masse in China, but the communist country refused to give accurate data on the situation and to this day their reported covid death rate is highly suspect. After a period of uncertainty, suddenly, there was a rush by the media and by government officials to predict the worst case scenario. The WHO was calling for a SARS-like death rate of at least 3% or more – That would mean a global tally of over 240 million+ fatalities.

For those of us in the Liberty Movement, this was seen as the "big one"; the kind of event that crashes economies and leads to an authoritarian society. It almost became that…

From the very beginning certain narratives being promoted in the mainstream did not meet logical or scientific standards. It became obvious that fear was the goal, rather than safety. But in order to create fear, establishment elites and governments had to LIE BIG. Here are some of the biggest lies told to the public about the pandemic:

Wuhan Wet Market Bat Soup Ground Zero?

To this day there is no hard evidence that Covid-19 was gestated within the Wuhan wet market or that it was contracted by people eating bat soup. This lie was the reason I immediately began to suspect all information related to covid in the early days of the event.

In January of 2020 at the onset of the outbreak I published an article titled 'How Viral Pandemic Benefits The Globalist Agenda'. In that article I outlined evidence surrounding the Level 4 Biolabs in Wuhan, China and their specific work in SARS and coronaviruses. The labs are right down the street from the "wet market" which was haphazardly labeled "ground zero." Bizarrely, the mainstream media absolutely denied any validity for the Wuhan Lab theory and immediately began accusing anyone who mentioned it of conspiracy theory.

The Wuhan Lab should have been suspect #1, yet the MSM was busy blaming bat soup and social media companies were busy banning anyone that mentioned the claim. Mounting evidence continues to suggest that the virus came from the lab in Wuhan.