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Remember the Zika virus mass media hoax?
Mike Adams While media monopolists are demanding that independent media be banned from all online platforms, they’re the ones that pushed a global Zika virus hoax which claimed the USA would now be overrun with babies born with shrunken heads.

Now the same lying media that pushed the hoax hopes nobody remembers how hard they promoted it. The narrative, of course, was designed to get people to accept being sprayed with toxic chemicals.

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