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The Fake News Media is pushing one story about lockdowns that’s quickly falling apart

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The country is still suffering under burdensome government-imposed lockdowns.

Meanwhile, so-called “experts” are constantly flip-flopping on positions related to the coronavirus and moving the goalposts.

Now the Fake News Media is pushing one story about lockdowns that’s quickly falling apart.

Over 2.3 million people worldwide have died with the coronavirus, and many countries remain locked down.

For nearly a year, the so-called “mainstream” media have made it taboo to ask questions about the origins of the virus.

The official line was that it came from a wet market in Wuhan, not the level-four biohazard lab one block away.

When Senator Tom Cotton floated the idea that the virus perhaps came from the Wuhan Institute of Virology (that had been experimenting on coronaviruses in bats), he was immediately rebuked.

But later The Washington Post was forced to admit that perhaps Cotton was onto something.

Since then, the Chinese Communist Party has ramped up its propaganda campaign, and the World Health Organization just announced that it was “extremely unlikely” the virus came from the lab.

ABC News and CBS News dutifully parroted this talking point, but the lab leak hypothesis continues to pick up momentum.

First, the WHO cannot be trusted because the organization is clearly in China’s pocket.

WHO physician Bruce Aylward abruptly ended a call with a journalist when she inquired about Taiwan’s inclusion in the organization; China does not recognize the independence of Taiwan, thus the WHO does not, either.

The Washington Post, which originally excoriated Senator Cotton, recently published an article from its editorial board expressing:

“[T]here is another pathway, also plausible, that must be investigated. That is the possibility of a laboratory accident or leak. It could have involved a virus that was improperly disposed of or perhaps infected a laboratory worker who then passed it to others.”

Evolutionary biologists Brett Weinstein and Heather Heying appeared on Real Time with Bill Maher and said the lab leak hypothesis was likely because of the virus’s gain of function, i.e. natural viruses that pass from animals to humans tend to be weak.

Maher asked if it was a 50-50 proposition that the virus came from the Wuhan lab.

Weinstein replied:

“Oh, it’s far more likely than that. As a matter of fact, I said I think in June that the chances that it came from a lab looked to be about 90 percent, so this was never a conspiracy theory. In fact, that term is simply used to make it go away. It’s an obvious hypothesis that is in need of testing and we are only now a year in getting to the point where we can discuss it out loud without being stigmatized.”

The Fake News Media is attempting to absolve China of blame, but actual scientists are singing a different tune.

The CCP’s complicity – before and after the spread of the virus – cannot and will not be swept under the rug.

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Joe Scarborough just shockingly turned on Dr. Fauci with one unexpected demand

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For the past five years, Joe Scarborough has spent almost every second he’s been on MSNBC attacking Donald Trump.

But now that Joe Biden is in office, he is shifting targets.

And in a shocking turn, Joe Scarborough just turned on Dr. Fauci with one unexpected demand.

For the past year, Dr. Anthony Fauci has ravaged the U.S. economy and destroyed millions of lives through his misdirection in handling coronavirus.

Despite this, most of the Left looks to him as a God, blaming all of Fauci’s mistakes on former President Donald Trump.

But some left-wing media figures are getting so tired of Fauci’s nonsense that they are calling his schemes directly out.

MSNBC Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough did just that in calling for the reopening of schools across the country during a recent segment of his show.

Scarborough correctly points out that if we were truly “following the science” then “every school should be opened in America.”

The MSNBC host pointed out that the big contention for opening schools was vaccinations.

But now that vaccines are available for anybody in a high risk group who needs one, there is no reason schools can’t re-open.

Scarborough said, “There is no reason why buildings across Boston and in this country can’t open up, at least partially open up, where n-95 masks require six-foot distancing, have proper ventilation. Enough is enough. Follow science. It’s what we were saying when we were criticizing Donald Trump. That’s what we’re saying now. Follow the science, and if you follow the science, every school should be opened in America.”

Many schools across America are already re-opened.

But particularly in left-wing cities with large teacher union influence, schools have remained closed down for the past year.

Children are in the lowest-risk group when it comes to coronavirus.

In many states, you can count the amount of coronavirus fatalities among children on one hand.

And with vaccines being available to everybody in high risk groups, there is no merit to the argument that children could be carriers of the disease to higher-risk people.

When even Joe Scarborough, who has spent the past five years pushing anti-Trump conspiracy theories, is backing reopening schools, it is past time to do it.

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A CNN reporter called the police after one scene had her in this state of panic

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CNN spent the last year trying to frighten Americans.

Race riots. The pandemic. Donald Trump. CNN tried every trick in the book to scare the public.

But now a CNN reporter called the police after one scene had her in this state of panic.

Fake news CNN’s Randi Kaye reported live from Tampa Bay about the Super Bowl.

What Kaye saw “disturbed” her.

Americans enjoyed Super Bowl Sunday like it was 2019, crowding into bars, enjoying a few beverages, and now wearing masks.

“If you look at the scene, behind me you can see that a lot of people are here,” Kaye reported. “They’re gathered. They’re already cheering for their favorite team. They’re outside. So it’s considered to be safer. And they are allowed to be here. They’re only supposed to take their masks off while they’re eating or drinking. But you can see quite a large crowd. Certainly not all in one single family or one single household that are mixing.”

Kaye was so terrified that she told host Ana Cabrera that she was wearing two masks even though there is no science to back up the idea that wearing multiple masks makes you any safer.

In her report, Kaye also admitted to being a snitch telling viewers that she whined to police officers about why they were not enforcing the city’s mask mandate.

“There were some police there but we’re unsure about citations,” Kaye added. “I spoke to the Tampa police and I asked them, ‘What are you doing about this?’ A lot of people were very concerned.”

Police did not hand out fines or shut down bars because they didn’t want to act as nanny state killjoys.

“If you’re not wearing a mask and you can’t safely social distance, you could be fined up to $500, but that’s being largely ignored by many here in the city,” Kaye continued. “The Tampa Police tell me that they’re very disappointed by what they’ve seen and some of these establishments do risk being shut down.”

Florida rejected the idea of lockdowns and mask mandates.

That infuriated CNN because it proved their coronavirus hysteria to be based on voodoo and not real science.

That’s why CNN used the Super Bowl to attack the idea of Americans living normal lives as a grave national threat.

Pants on Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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John Kerry may never go on CNN again after he was asked this one question

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CNN and the rest of the establishment media are still reveling in getting Joe Biden elected.

Washington, D.C. Swamp creatures like John Kerry are back in the fold.

But John Kerry may never go on CNN again after he was asked this one question.

Former Democratic presidential candidate and Secretary of State John Kerry has perhaps taken over for Al Gore as the most obnoxious environmentalist fear-monger in Washington, D.C. politics.

Joe Biden appointed Kerry as his climate envoy, and Kerry isn’t wasting any time globetrotting on his private jet.

Kerry sat for an interview with CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, and he got hit with a question that caught him completely off-guard.

Zakaria asked, “You talk about [the transition away from fossil fuels] being exciting and the marketplace telling people to do this . . . But right now there are areas where President Biden’s actions will put people out of work. Canceling the Keystone pipeline. The decision on no new fracking on new federal lands. Those governmental decisions are going to put people out of work, in fact, already are doing so . . . What do you say to those people?”

Stopping the Keystone pipeline put 11,000 people out of work, and according to the American Petroleum Institute, Biden’s fracking ban could cost 1 million jobs and $700 billion.

Kerry weakly replied, “We’re a great nation at creating jobs . . . As President Biden has said many times — that COVID actually offers us the opportunity to build back better because the economy has been rocked. As we come back, we will be putting major investments into various sectors of the economy to get it moving again.”

This is an absurd distortion.

The state lockdowns are what destroyed the economy.

Local businesses were decimated while major corporations with powerful friends were allowed to remain open and generate massive profits.

Kerry also repeated the globalist mantra “build back better,” which is completely detached from reality.

Many businesses have been permanently destroyed, and the economic and sociological impacts of COVID are yet to be known.

Also, the government is terrible at creating jobs that provide value.

Shoehorning people into so-called “green” jobs when the demand isn’t there is ultimately a waste of resources.

Also, the environmentalist fantasy of everything powered by solar and wind is absurd.

Those are inefficient sources of energy that are more expensive, less reliable, and ironically consume more land.

They also require fossil fuels in order to build out infrastructure.

Environmentalists like Kerry are simply looking for a pretext to control the economy.

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