The supposedly ‘independent’ website FactCheck.org used by Facebook to censor all user information related to the CCP Virus is also one of its partners.
In addition to that, it is financed with $1,900 million by the same vaccine pressure group, which it is supposed to “check” and follow up in an alliance of blatant collaboration between them, Greatgameindia denounced on April 28.
Additionally, FactCheck.org is run by former CDC director Richard E. Besser, which adds a new conflict of interest.
This information is corroborated by Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky), who revealed it through a tweet.
“NOTHING TO SEE HERE… Former director of CDC is now CEO of the foundation that funds FACT CHECK.org’s vaccine fact checking program,” Massie wrote.
He added: “Roughly 15% of said foundation’s assets are J&J stock. Bless your heart if you think factcheck .org is an unbiased source of vaccine information.”
He also attached information about the SciCheck site used by Fact Check.org: “COVID-19/Vaccination project made possible by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation,” worth $ 53,501.
NOTHING TO SEE HERE…
Former director of CDC is now CEO of the foundation that funds FACTCHECK. org’s vaccine fact checking program. Roughly 15% of said foundation’s assets are J&J stock.
Bless your heart if you think factcheck .org is an unbiased source of vaccine information pic.twitter.com/Ijq3sojHmV
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) April 24, 2021
SciCheck describes its activity as: “The SciCheck function of FactCheck.org focuses exclusively on false and misleading scientific claims that supporters make to influence public policy.”
However, it does not clarify that it is also financed by the companies most interested in combating the distribution of adverse events produced by vaccines, reported by Facebook users.
Additionally, SciCheck also receives contributions from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) group, led by Richard E. Besser, since 2017.
“Besser is the former acting director of the CDC,” according to his biography.
FactCheck.org partnered with Facebook “shortly after 2016,” allegedly to “debunk hoaxes and malicious falsehoods posted on the social media site,” according to the University of Pennsylvania Almanac.
The censorship imposed on social media only allows users’ versions that don’t contradict their leftist narrative, and conservative activist Candace Owens fights against it.
Regarding the verification site Lead Stories, Owens reports that it is run by a former CNN employee who currently makes a living by “cannibalizing and smearing conservative content,” about her.
“His website has posted disputed fake news, including one that personally persecuted my content, so I’m going after him personally,” Owens said, later claiming that it is also funded by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Lead Stories is funded by Facebook and Google, along with Byte Dance. And what is Byte Dance? It’s a Beijing-based company that owns the spyware application TikTok,” Owens explained.
Former President Trump described Byte Dance as a “threat to national security and committed to the Chinese Communist Party.”
In short, Facebook is paying for fact-checkers who are themselves funded by an arm of the CCP to operate in the United States.