“So [the virus] Was a Hoax?” – Fox News’ John Roberts on Hot Mic


John Roberts, the Chief White House Correspondent for Fox News, was recorded on a hot mic in the White House briefing room. He told a technician he could take off his mask, because USC and LA County Health Department released a study that found the mortality rate for COVID-19 is the same as for seasonal flu. The technician concluded: “So, it was a hoax?” Roberts replied; “No, I don’t think it was a hoax.” However, during the press briefing that followed, John Roberts asked Dr. Brix about the California study, but she dodged his question completely. 2020 April 21

Source: Conscious One

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  1. My profound thanks to you for your work. I have signed up and will be doing all I can to support you and your effort.

  2. Here we are almost into July now since this John Roberts story! In my state, almost 27,000 infections, about 21,000+ have recovered. The number of deaths 768 in Wisconsin. 507,168 have tested negative for the virus. This is not bad considering there were weeks of protesting and rioting which is now attack figures who fought against slavery! We have dealt with viruses before but this one is completely different, highly political rather than using common sense. There is a good chance a vaccine that works will never be found which means the government is going to be in control of people’s lives more than ever before! So the virus is not a hoax even with models that were completely wrong, but dealing with it is turning out to be a hoax!

  3. So the seasonal flu kills 100,000 people in 4 months and contaminates 1.4 million? Lies….. Lies……Lies
    Check your facts before publishing garbage.

    • John, you must have missed the memo to doctors that they must diagnose all deaths as covid, irregardless of comorbities, and without a confirmed covid diagnosis.

    • Please try again. It’s working OK elsewhere. Perhaps a temorary outage in the Internet.

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